Surfak

Active Ingredient(s): Docusate
Category: Laxative



Surfak Overview

Docusate, also known as docusate salts or dioctyl sulfosuccinate,[3] is a laxative of the stool softener type used to treat constipation.[2] It is considered a good choice in children who have hard feces.[2] For constipation that occurs as a side effect of opiate use, it may be used alone or with a stimulant laxative.[2] It may be taken as a capsule by mouth or as a rectal suppository.[2] Usually it works within o...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Docusate
  • Capsule: 100mg, 240mg, 250mg, 50mg
  • Enema: 200mg, 283mg/4ml
  • Liquid: 10mg/ml, 150mg, 150mg/15ml, 50mg/5ml
  • Solution: 10mg/ml
  • Syrup: 20mg/5ml, 50mg/15ml, 60mg, 60mg/15ml
  • Tablet: 100mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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