"U" Series
Full Dosage Size
Brand/Generic Name dosage
per tab/cap
Umorphoid. One with breakfast
   Thyroglobulin 66 mg.
   Cytomel 25 mcg.
   Organic Iodide 33 mg.
   Vitamin A (Acetate) 25000 IU
   Vitamin E Palmitate * 10 IU
Utrophoid. One with breakfast
   Riboflavin 20 mg.
   Thiamin HCl as mononitrate 20 mg.
   Calcium Pantothenate 20 mg.
   Niacin 20 mg.
   Para Aminobenzoic Acid 20 mg.
   Pyridoxine HCl 20 mg.
   Cyanocobalamin 25 mcg.
   Folic Acid 5 mg.
   Calcium as citrate or phosphate 30 mg.
   Cobalt as chloride .1 mg.
   Copper as sulfate 1 mg.
   Iodine as calcium iodate .15 mg.
   Iron from reduced iron 10 mg.
   Magnesium as sulfate 1 mg.
   Manganese for sulfate 1.25 mg.
   Molybdenum .1 mg.
   Zinc form zinc sulfate 1 mg.
Unoid. One or ½ with breakfast, lunch, dinner
   L-glutamic acid 200 mg.
   Rutin 20 mg.
   Nicotinic Acid 100 mg.
Upneoid. One with breakfast, lunch, dinner
   Phenylpropanolamine HCl 20 mg.
   Ascorbic Acid * 300 mg.
   Pyrilamine Maleate 25 mg.
   Theophylline Na. Glycinate in a base containing calcium carbonate 100 mg.
Diuretic. One with breakfast Wednesday & Saturday
   Furosemide 40 mg.
   Hydrochloridothiazide 50 mg.
Upeptoid A. One with breakfast and dinner
   Betaine HCl 66 mg.
   Ketocholanic Acid 132 mg.
   Pancreatin 66 mg.
   Papain 66 mg.
   Pepsin 66 mg.
   Diastase 3.3 mg.
Upeptoid B. One with breakfast and dinner
   Methionine 100 mg.
   Betaine HCl 100 mg.
   Choline Bitartrate 200 mg.
   Inositol 100 mg.
   Unsaturated Fatty Acids 200 mg.
   Liver, dessicated 150 mg.
 One with lunch
   Zinc gluconate 50 mg.
   Calcium pantothenate 50 mg.
   Pyridoxine HCl 50 mg.
   Potassium gluconate 50 mg.
   Magnesium gluconate 100 mg.
 One with breakfast
   Calcium 260 mg.
   Magnesium 120 mg.
 One with dinner
   Zinc 30 mg.
Upneoid C
   Nasal spray, daily and as needed
   Pyrilamine maleate .25%
   Chlorpheniramine .125%
   Naphazoline HCl .025%
Dental Anesthetic
   either Lidocaine ointment U.S.P. 5%
   or Benzocaine 16%
   and Chlorobutanol 5%
* Additional vitamins C and E may be added at the physician's discretion.
  Adults may take lecithin.

Medical Treatment of Down Syndrome and Genetic Diseases, (1985) Southfield, MI: Ubiotica Revised: April 5, 1999.