• Enhydro® is prepared in ten sachets intended for dissolution in water.

  • Each sachet contains the exact amount to prepare 200 ml of solution.

Determination of the dehydration grade

Dehydratation Light Medium Heavy
Weight loss < 5% 5 - 10% > 10%
Overall state awake, thirst, restlessness great restlessness or weakness drowsiness, cold legs and hands
Skin tonus normal or slightly reduced reduced significantly reduced, standing skinfold
Mucous membranes moist dry substantially dry
Eyes slightly sunken outlining the dark "circles" sunken outlining the dark "circles" significantly sunken with distinct "circles"
Tears present missing missing
Urine output normal decreased decreased or missing

Way of administration


Stir the contents of the sachet in 200 ml of drinking water (for infants in the cooled pre-boiled water for babies).


The amount of liquid in which the contents of the sachet is dissolved must be complied with in order to achieve the optimum amount of salt, sugar and liquids in solution.


The solution of Enhydrol® always serve chilled at 4 – 8 °C.


The reconstituted solution should be used immediately.


Grade of dehydration Amount of solution in ml/kg of child body weight at 4 hours interval Amount of solution in ml/kg of child body weight in addition to any watery stool
Light 30-50 10
Medium 50-100 10
Heavy Seek medical help

Checking the status during the administration

  • During the administration, the patient should be checked.

  • If even after 16 hours of administration of the solution dehydration does not improve or even worsen, it is necessary to adopt a patient to the hospital.

Symptoms of severe dehydration:

  • Somnolence

  • Cold extremities

  • Reduced skin tension

  • Dark circles under the eyes

  • Absence of urine and tears

In the case of observation of some of these symptoms you should seek medical help immediately.