Vivomixx

Vivomixx

Manufacturer:

Hyphens

Distributor:

Pan-Malayan
Full Prescribing Info
Contents
Live lactic acid bacteria, bifidobacteria.
Description
Vivomixx Capsule: Contains at least 112.5 billion lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria (Streptococcus thermophilus DSM 24731, bifidobacteria (B. longum DSM 24736, B. breve DSM 24732, B. infantis DSM 24737), lactobacilli (L. acidophilus DSM 24735, L. plantarum DSM 24730, L. paracasei DSM 24733, L. delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus DSM 24734)), Magnesium stearate, Gluten and soy free. It may contain traces of milk.
Vivomixx Sachet: Each sachet of Vivomixx delivers a blend of 450 billion live lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria. The preparation has been developed to provide an optimal concentration of healthy bacteria for the gastrointestinal tract.
Vivomixx Drop: Contains freeze-dried lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria. Eight different strains of bacteria were selected, grown in specific culture media and then mixed in proportion to optimize the effects.
Vivomixx Drop does not contain preservatives and artificial sweeteners. Contains medium Chain Triglycerides from palm oil (MCT oil).
Vivomixx Kids sachet: Each sachet contains live lactic acid bacteria & bifidobacteria 10 billion.
Action
Vivomixx is specially formulated and processed to provide a precise mixture of certain bacterial species with potential synergisitc relationship.
The importance of the gastrointestinal microflora in the normal functioning of the human gastrointestinal tract is well recognized. Several human studies demonstrate that patients with an inflamed gut or bowel problems may have decreased luminal concentrations of lactobacilli and bifidobacteria compared with normal individuals.
Such patients have distinct nutritional requirements and may benefit from consuming high levels of probiotic bacteria so as to restore the appropriate quantity and balance of beneficial microflora in their gastrointestinal tract and this cannot be achieved simply by modification of the normal diet.
Probiotics have generally been associated with a long history of safe use. In fact, many probiotic species are integral to the production of fermented foods and have been consumed safely as part of these foods for millenia. Furthermore, many bifidobacteria and lactobacilli species are normal, non-pathogenic inhabitants of the human gastrointestinal tract, oral cavity, skin and vagina. Each strain of probiotic bacteria present in Vivomixx is non-pathogenic and non-toxigenic.
Indications/Uses
Dietary supplement to help restore and maintain a healthy gut.
Vivomixx Drop: May be used in cases of alterations of the intestinal flora. It may also be suitable for infants in case of diarrhea, abdominal pain and colics.
Dosage/Direction for Use
Vivomixx Capsule: Consume 1-8 capsules daily or as directed by physician. Adjustment of the intestinal flora can take a few days or weeks.
Vivomixx Sachet: 1-4 sachets per day or as directed by the physician.
Vivomixx Drop: The recommended daily dose is 0.5-1 ml, corresponding to 5-10 billion bacteria. The product can be mixed with water and non-carbonated drinks or other cold liquids. For infants, Vivomixx drop can be added to formula milk. Consult the family pediatrician for proper recommendations.
Directions for use: Screw the bottle cap in anti-clockwise direction to break the seal. Tear open the sachet containing the probiotic powder. Empty the sachet contents into the bottle. Shake vigorously to obtain a uniform suspension. Remove the bottle cap and place the graduated dispenser. Always shake before every use.
Vivomixx Kids sachet: 1-2 sachets per day or as directed by the physician.
Special Precautions
Do not exceed recommended daily dose. A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Use In Pregnancy & Lactation
Pregnant and lactating women should consult with a physician or healthcare professional before using this or any other product.
Side Effects
Vivomixx Capsule: Mild abdominal bloating has been occasionally reported in the first few days of consuming Vivomixx. This is a natural physiological occurence due to the adaptation of the gut microflora to the beneficial bacteria in Vivomixx.
Vivomixx Sachet: When the patient starts taking Vivomixx, he/she may experience bloating while the digestive tract adjusts to the additional bacteria in Vivomixx. If the patient experienced bloating, he/she may reduce the daily intake to allow for this adjustment.
Vivomixx Drop and Vivomixx Kids sachet: No side effects were observed after intake of Vivomixx Drop and Vivomixx Kids sachet.
Drug Interactions
Vivomixx is compatible with all types of drugs. However, antibiotics may inactivate the beneficial bacteria in Vivomixx, reducing its effects.
Storage
Vivomixx Capsule: Vivomixx should be refrigerated (36-46°F; 2-8°C). If unopened and stored under refrigeration, the product is guaranteed through "Best if used by date". Can be stored at room temperature for up to a week without adversely affecting potency.
Vivomixx Sachet and Vivomixx Kids sachet: Store at 36-46°F; 2-8°C. If unopened and stored refrigerated, the product can be used until the ''Best Before'' date shown on the base of pack. Can be stored at room temperature (up to 25°C) for up to 7 days without adversely affecting potency.
Vivomixx Drop: The product contains lactic acid bacteria which are heat sensitive. Do not expose to excessive heat. Keep refrigerated (2-8°C) and away from light. Expiration date applies to unopened product. Once reconstituted, it must be kept refrigerated and used within 3 weeks.
ATC Classification
A07FA51 - lactic acid producing organisms, combinations ; Belongs to the class of antidiarrheal microorganisms. Used in the treatment of diarrhea.
Presentation/Packing
Vivomixx Capsule: Cap 30's.
Vivomixx Sachet: Powd for oral soln (sachet) 4.4 g x 30's.
Vivomixx Drop: Oral soln (bottle of 10 mL w/ graduated dispenser & sachet of 1,500 mg) 1's.
Vivomixx Kids sachet: Powd for oral soln (sachet) 1.5 g x 20's.
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