Vitamins, minerals, supplements:

Indications for: DRISDOL

Hypoparathyroidism. Refractory rickets (also known as Vit. D resistant rickets). Familial hypophosphatemia.

Adult Dosage:

Individualize. Vit. D resistant rickets: 12000 to 500000 IU units daily. Hypoparathyroidism: 50000 to 200000 IU units daily concomitantly with calcium lactate 4g, six times per day.

Children Dosage:


DRISDOL Contraindications:

Hypercalcemia. Malabsorption syndrome. Abnormal sensitivity to toxic effects of Vit. D. Hypervitaminosis D.

DRISDOL Warnings/Precautions:

Vit. D resistant rickets: range between therapeutic and toxic doses is narrow; obtain blood calcium and phosphorus levels every 2 weeks or more frequently if necessary. Ensure adequate dietary calcium intake. X-rays of the bones should be taken every month until condition is corrected and stabilized. Pregnancy (Cat.C). Nursing mothers.

DRISDOL Classification:

Vit. D analog.

DRISDOL Interactions:

Mineral oil interferes with Vit. D absorption. Concomitant thiazide diuretics in hypoparathyroid patients may cause hypercalcemia.

Adverse Reactions:

Hypervitaminosis D.

How Supplied:


Pricing for DRISDOL

1.25mg of 50000iu capsule (Qty: 12)
Appx. price $6