1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection

1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection

Product Details:

  • Drug Type Injection
  • Physical Form Liquid
  • Dosage As suggested
  • Dosage Guidelines As per instruction
  • Storage Instructions Dry Place
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1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection Price And Quantity

  • 100 Unit

1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection Product Specifications

  • Injection
  • Dry Place
  • As suggested
  • Liquid
  • As per instruction

1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection Trade Information

  • Cash in Advance (CID)
  • 5000 Unit Per Month
  • 7-10 Days
  • All India

Product Description



1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection is a liquid drug type that is used as per the prescribed dosage guidelines. It is suggested to store this injection in a dry place to maintain its efficacy. Erocalciferol is a form of vitamin D that helps in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in the body. This injection is commonly used to treat vitamin D deficiency, as well as certain bone disorders such as osteoporosis. With its easy-to-administer liquid form, this injection provides a convenient way to ensure adequate intake of vitamin D.

FAQs of 1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection:


Q: What is the recommended dosage for 1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection?

A: The dosage for this injection should be as per the instructions provided by the healthcare professional.

Q: How should the 1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection be stored?

A: It is recommended to store the injection in a dry place to maintain its stability and effectiveness.

Q: What is the drug type of 1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection?

A: This injection is a liquid drug type.

Q: What are the common uses of 1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection?

A: This injection is commonly used to treat vitamin D deficiency and certain bone disorders such as osteoporosis.

Q: Is the dosage of 1.5ml Erocalciferol Injection customizable?

A: The dosage should always be as suggested by the healthcare professional based on individual needs.

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