It easily forms a stable complex that is excreted in the urine instead of the calcium in the medicine.
Absorption of the medicine is well done by injection.
The elimination half-life of the medicine is about 20-60 minutes and is excreted by the kidneys.
Dietary interactions for this medicine have never been seen.
Be sure to take under the supervision of a doctor
Some side effects:
Cardiovascular: Cardiac arrhythmia, electrocardiogram changes, hypotension, local thrombophlebitis
Central nervous system: Shivering, fatigue, headache, lethargy, numbness, drowsiness
Skin: Lip sores and inflammation, dermatitis, skin rash
Endocrinology and metabolism: Urinary glucose, elevated blood calcium, decreased blood potassium, iron deficiency (with chronic treatment), magnesium deficiency (with chronic treatment), severe thirst, zinc deficiency (with chronic treatment)
Digestive: Anorexia, gastrointestinal irritation, nausea, vomiting
Genitourinary: Nephrosis, nephrotoxicity, hidden blood in urine, protein in urine, frequent urination, urinary urgency
Hematology and oncology: Anemia, bone marrow suppression (transient)
Liver: Decreased serum alkaline phosphatase levels, increased liver enzymes (mild)
Local: Injection site pain (muscle)
Nervous, muscular and skeletal: Joint pain, muscle pain, tremors
Eye: Watery eyes
Kidney Renal tubular necrosis
Respiratory: Nasal congestion, sneezing
Enhancing the effects of calcium disodium edta by medicines:
Chloramphenicol (ophthalmic), cladribine, dipyrone, mesalamine, promazine
The medicine should not be used in anemia and anemia.
Due to its toxic and lethal effects, rapid intravenous infusion should be avoided and used intramuscularly if possible.