Class: Gastrointestinal

Trilyte

(polyethylene glycol 3350 / sodium chloride / sodium bicarbonate / potassium chloride)

Class: Gastrointestinal
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Used for
  • Colonoscopy - Preparation of bowel for procedure
  • Fecal impaction Operative procedure on large intestine
  • Colorectal - Preparation of bowel for procedure
Dosage forms
  • Liquid
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