Citric Acid Glucono Delta Lactone Magnesium Carbonate Brand Name– Renacidin
What is Citric Acid Glucono Delta Lactone Magnesium Carbonate
Citric acid glucono delta lactone magnesium carbonate are used together to form an acidic irrigation solution for dissolving apatite or struvite calculi.
This combination is not effective for the dissolution of calcium oxalate, uric acid, or cysteine stones.
Citric acid glucono delta lactone magnesium carbonate is FDA approved as a local irrigation solution to dissolve bladder calculi and to prevent encrustation of indwelling catheters or cystostomy tubes.
Citric acid glucono delta lactone magnesium carbonate (Renacidin) irrigation solution was approved for use by the FDA in October 1990.
- urologic irrigation
For the dissolution of bladder calculi via urologic irrigation and as an intermittent irrigation solution to prevent encrustations of indwelling catheters and cystostomy tubes
for intermittent irrigation to prevent encrustations of indwelling urethral catheters or cystostomy tubes
- bladder discomfort
- flank pain
- serum creatinine
- serum magnesium
- serum phosphate
- renal impairment
- urinary tract infection (UTI)
- urinary tract obstruction
- vesicoureteral reflux
There are no drug interactions associated with Citric Acid Glucono Delta Lactone Magnesium Carbonate products.