Medi Belly

Nausea, Bali-Belly & Vomitting IV Infusion

  • Ranitidine – for acid reflux, anti-ulcer, and indigestion relief, and is not addictive
  • Buscopan – is anticholinergic which suppresses spasms of the digestive system
  • Ondansetron – for anti-nausea and vomiting

Normally not all of the above medicines are prescribed, depends on the need of the patient and Doctor prescription.


Indications: In treatment of so-called Bali-Belly, food poisoning, severe heartburn, ulcers of the stomach and intestines. Medi Belly IV Infusion is also offered in treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and other conditions in which acid backs up from the stomach into the esophagus, causing heartburn. 


Symptoms: Abdominal bloating, cramps and pain, digestive spasms, nausea and / or vomiting, urgency / frequency in going to the toilet, diarrhoea, mild temperature, general malaise (weakness or discomfort). 


Prescription: Given only after our Doctors or Nurse Practitioners have examined the patient and have determined effectiveness and dose.

Rp. 820.000

These Medicines may be prescribed for after IV administration is complete:


  • Bath kit with Vita Bath and Compound SO (Magnesium and relaxing salts and herbs)
  • Probiotics with first meal and once each day with the same meal.
  • Dietary considerations: No caffeine, No sugar.

Actions: IV administration is consider the best route, better than oral, because it bypasses stomach distress, ulcerations, blockages, etc, allowing for improved digestion while reducing the effects of severe digestive stress, gas, bloating, vomiting etc. IV Infusion also allows for better and quicker hydration and replenishment of electrolytes. 


Cautions: Minor interactions with other drugs can be observed when taken orally, however when via IV administration, no notable negative interactions are observed. Do not give with Vitamin C, other vitamins, or  Vita-IV infusions during the same day.


Do not give oral medications this day. When the patient is feeling better, he may be prescribed probiotics and appropriate Jamu Jo. It is suggested the patient slowly drink room-temperature pure water during the infusion.


Dietary considerations: No caffeine, No sugar


Ranitidine is a member of the class of furans used to treat peptic ulcer disease (PUD) and gastroesophageal reflux disease. It has a role as an anti-ulcer drug, and indigestion relief, and is not addictive.


Buscopan is an antispasmodic (spasmolytic) and anticholinergic drug which suppresses spasms of the digestive system. Buscopan is not addictive and it’s unusual to have any side effects, but some people get a dry mouth, constipation and blurred vision. 


Ondansetron is one of the medications most commonly used for empiric treatment of nausea and vomiting.

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