Liquid Vitamin D Supplement
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Indication: Vitamin D supplement for infants and children.
Enfamil D-Vi-Sol Liquid Vitamin D Supplement is recommended for all breastfed and supplementing babies.
Enfamil D-Vi-Sol Liquid Vitamin D Supplement provides 400 IU of vitamin D in one daily dose.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends 400 IU of supplemental vitamin D per day beginning in the first days of life for all breastfed and partially breastfed infants who do not receive at least 1 L of infant formula per day1.
Enfamil D-Vi-Sol Liquid Vitamin D Supplement does not contain ingredients derived from the most common food allergies: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy or wheat.
Refrigeration is not required.
|Drops (per mL)|
|Per 1 mL||% DV Infants||% DV Children under age 4 years|
|Vitamin D, IU||400||100||100|
Enfamil D-Vi-Sol Liquid Vitamin D Supplement is available as drops in 50 mL bottles.
Item #: 086604
Description: With Dropper
Unit Size: 50 mL
Prod. Yield / Unit (fl oz): N/A
Case: 12 bottles per case
Reimbursement Code: 00087-086644
Usual Daily Dose
Drops: 1.0 mL
Ingredients: Glycerin, water, polysorbate 80, citric acid (antioxidant for vitamin D), natural flavor, vitamin D3, sodium citrate.
Drops: Now includes an easy-to-use and store dropper.
Instructions for Use: Shake bottle well and fill the dropper to the 1 mL line (daily serving), unless another dosage is recommended (needed). Dispense gently into mouth towards inner cheek; a small amount will remain in the tip.
To Increase Acceptance: Mix with breast milk, formula, juice, cereal or other foods.
Store at room temperature. Refrigeration is not required, but will not harm the drops.
As with all vitamin products, parents should be cautioned against excessive dosage. The bottle should be kept out of the reach of children.
1. Wagner CL, Greer FR, and the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Breastfeeding and Committee on Nutrition. Prevention of rickets and vitamin D deficiency in infants, children, and adolescents. Pediatrics. 2008;122:1142-1152.
2. Testing was conducted in September 2009 by Mead Johnson Nutrition, Quality Control.