Calcium lactate

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osteoporosis and calcium lactate

I would like any information you might have on actual bone building in osteoporosis and the difference between calcium citrate, carbonate and lactate...thank you
by Leslie Devol, 12/18/2007

Calcium lactate
Calcium lactate
Calcium lactate
( KAL-see-um LACK-tayt) (OTC)

Classification: Calcium salt

See Also: See also Calcium Salts .

Uses: Latent hypocalcemic tetany, hyperphosphatemia.

How Supplied: Tablet: 325 mg, 500 mg, 650 mg

?Tablets Treatment of hypocalcemia.
Adults: 7.7 g/day in divided doses with meals. Pediatric: 0.34-0.5 g/kg/day in divided doses.
NOTE: The preparation contains 13% calcium and 130 mg calcium/g (6.5 mEq/g).

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