Sinecod syrup 1.5mg/ml 100ml
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Sinecod syrup instructionReed more and buy Sinecod syrup hereSinecod is an antitussive drug that suppresses a cough attack at the reflex level.Form of release and medicinal compositionThe drug Sinecod Syrup is available in several..
Sinecod syrup instruction
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Sinecod is an antitussive drug that suppresses a cough attack at the reflex level.
Form of release and medicinal composition
The drug Sinecod Syrup is available in several dosage forms. The syrup is available in 100 and 200 ml glass bottles in a cardboard box with the attached detailed instructions. In a set with a bottle there is a convenient transparent cap with dimensional divisions, thanks to which you can accurately measure the dose of the medicine. The syrup is transparent, has a pleasant smell and taste of vanilla.
The main active substance of the drug is butamyrate citrate, in 1 ml of syrup it contains 1.5 mg. In addition, the syrup contains a number of auxiliary substances: sorbitol solution, glycerol, vanillin, purified water, ethanol 96%, benzoic acid.
Syrup Sinecod at the reflex level suppresses an attack of dry cough. This drug is prescribed in the following cases:
treatment of dry non-productive cough in the complex therapy;
preparation of the patient for bronchoscopy to suppress cough;
Postoperative period after surgery on the respiratory system;
The drug has a number of serious contraindications and limitations, so you should carefully read the instructions before using the syrup. The Syrup Sinecod is contraindicated in the following cases:
age of the child up to 2 months (for the drug in the form of drops);
age of the child under 3 years (for the given dosage form);
pregnancy (1 trimester) and the period of breastfeeding;
individual intolerance of the drug components.
Dosing and Administration
Syrup Sinecod is taken orally before meals. The dose of the drug and the duration of treatment is determined by the doctor depending on the patient's age, body weight, diagnosis and severity of the disease.
According to the instructions, the drug is prescribed in the following dosage:
children from 3 to 6 years - 5 ml 3 times a day;
children 6-12 years - 10 ml 3 times a day;
children 12-16 years old - 15 ml 3 times a day;
adults - 15 ml 4 times a day.
As a rule, the duration of the course of treatment does not exceed a week, but if the symptoms persist, the patient should consult a doctor again for correction of therapy.
For an accurate measurement of a single dose, use a measuring cap attached to the medicine bottle. After each use, it is necessary to wash the cap under running water.
Use of the drug during pregnancy and breastfeeding
In the first trimester of pregnancy use Sinecod syrup for future mothers is not recommended, as clinical studies on the safety of the drug for the mother and fetus, as well as the effect on the further course of pregnancy have not been conducted.
In the second and third trimesters, the use of the Sinecod Syrup preparation is possible only if the expected benefit for the mother exceeds possible risks for the unborn child. Treatment is carried out in a minimally effective dosage under the strict supervision of physicians.
Data regarding the possibility of penetration of the main active substance of the Syrup Sinecod preparation into breast milk is not provided, therefore it is not recommended during the lactation period to prescribe to women this medication. If it is necessary to treat the drug, lactation should be stopped and the baby transferred to artificial feeding.
If the dose recommended by the doctor is observed, patients will rarely develop negative reactions to Sinecod Syrup. In hypersensitive patients on the background of taking the drug, the following reactions may occur:
from the nervous system - lethargy, inhibition, drowsiness, dizziness;
from the side of the organs of the digestive canal - nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea, flatulence;
from the respiratory system - shortness of breath, shallow breathing.
In some cases, rashes may appear on the skin like a urticaria.
Cases of drug overdose are rare, in the case when the patient takes Sinecod Syrup in large doses for a long time and uncontrollably. To the above-described adverse reactions add drowsiness, increased heart rate, lower blood pressure.
When developing signs of an overdose, the patient should be given an activated charcoal at a rate of 1 tablet per 10 kg of body weight and taken to the hospital. If necessary, he undergoes gastric lavage and symptomatic treatment.
Interaction Sinecod syrup with other drugs
Preparation Sinecod Syrup it is impossible to appoint simultaneously with mucolytics and expectorants. This drug interaction leads to stimulation of sputum production and its delay in the lumen of the respiratory tract, as a result of which the patient develops stagnant phenomena, and pneumonia develops.
Data on the interaction of the Sinecod Syrup preparation with preparations of other groups are not provided, but if the patient is taking any medications, the doctor should be warned about this.
Syrup Sinecod can be given to people with diabetes, since the composition of the drug includes sorbitol, which is not contraindicated in such patients.
Since against the background of taking the drug in the patient may develop drowsiness and inhibition, during the period of treatment should refrain from driving and complex technicians requiring increased concentration of attention from the patient.
Leave and storage conditions
The syrup should be protected from direct sunlight and heat. Optimum storage temperature of the preparation is 15-18 degrees. The shelf life is indicated on the package and is 60 months from the date of production. At the end of this period, the syrup is disposed of in the usual way.
You can buy Sinecod Syrup purchased without a prescription from a doctor.