Vitamins, minerals, supplements:
Indications for: L-Cysteine HCl Injection
An additive to crystalline amino acid injections to meet essential nutritional requirements for infants given TPNs.
See literature. Rotate inj site. Give by central venous infusion. Add 0.5g L-Cysteine with 12.5g crystalline amino acid injection; dilute as indicated.
L-Cysteine HCl Injection Contraindications:
Hepatic coma. Metabolic disorders (eg, impaired nitrogen utilization).
L-Cysteine HCl Injection Warnings/Precautions:
Hepatic, renal, pulmonary, or cardiac insufficiency. Hyperkalemia. Metabolic or respiratory alkalosis. Monitor hepatic and renal function; discontinue if BUN levels exceed normal postprandial limits and continue to rise. Monitor blood (eg, CBC, ammonia, glucose, electrolytes, cholesterol, acid-base balance, serum proteins, osmolarity), urine osmolarity and glucose during therapy. Premature neonates. Pregnancy.
L-Cysteine HCl Injection Classification:
L-Cysteine HCl Injection Interactions:
Concomitant tetracycline reduces nitrogen sparing effects.
Local reactions (eg, warm sensation, erythema, phlebitis, thrombosis), flushing, fever, nausea.
Single-dose vials (10mL)—10