1 suppository weighing about 1.3 g contains the active substance - Paracetamol - 300 mg and inactive ingredients: semi-synthetic glycerides.
Action Efferalgan :
The active substance is paracetamol suppositories Efferalgan. It is a component of the confirmed antipyretic and analgesic activity and a high degree of safety. The efficacy of the product guarantees a high dose of up to 300mg, while its form, that is, a rectal suppository, makes the substance functions quickly.
Efferalgan rectal suppository is 300mg medicament for use in the heat and the symptomatic treatment of colds and flu-like symptoms and pain of various origins.
Additional information Efferalgan:
During pregnancy and lactation use possible with the consent of a doctor. Store at a temperature not higher than 30st. C.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to the ingredients. About 5% of patients with a hypersensitivity to acetylsalicylic acid derivatives may also be allergic to paracetamol. Do not use in case of severe hepatic or renal impairment, alcoholism, used with caution in patients with hepatic and renal function. We do not recommend the use of suppositories in case of diarrhea.
Adverse reactions Efferalgan:
In use, may experience side effects (usually very rare): malaise, low blood pressure, increased liver transaminases, hypersensitivity reactions, tachycardia, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, renal colic, renal papillary necrosis, thrombocytopenia , leukopenia, neutropenia.
For rectal use. Children: the dose should be determined according to body weight (child weighing approx. 15-24kg, estimated age of 4-9 years - 1 suppository, if necessary, every six hours). Do not use more than four suppositories per day.
The recommended daily dose is 60 mg / kg body weight - it must be applied four divided doses of 15 mg / kg body weight every 6 hours. Adults and children over 50kg: total dose of paracetamol can not be greater than 4 grams per day. Without consulting a doctor can not be used for more than 10 days in adult patients and three days in children.