​Organic phosphate solution for parenteral nutrition (1 mmol/ml)


Glycophos is an organic source: sodium glycerophosphate in 20ml (1 mmole/ml) plastic vial so no risk for precipitation with calcium for addition to parenteral nutrition infusion fluids

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  • Gives you more flexibility when compounding all-in-one admixtures for parenteral nutrition1,2

Why Phosphorus is important?

  • Main princible mineral in bone
  • Energy metabolism
  • Cell membrane formation
  • Regulation of oxygen release from hemoglobin
  • Essential for proper metabolism, transported into the cell along with glucose

1 Bouchoud L et al. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 2010 Sep-Oct;34(5):542-5.
2 Allwood MC et al. Nutrition 1998 Sep;14(9):697-706.


​Indicated in adult patients as a supplement in intravenous nutrition to meet the requirement of phosphate

Packaging / Dosage


20 ml plastic vial


cartons - 10 vials

Dosage / Administration:

Adult 10 - 20 mmol/day

Infants 1 - 1.5 mmol/kg

Product Information

If you require any information, please contact Egypt office.

Please refer to the registered and approved SmPC. ​


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