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Antygrypin Complex x 10 effervescent tablets

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Antygrypin Complex x 10 effervescent tablets

  • The active substances contained in the Antigrypin Complex medicinal product are: paracetamol, ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and chlorphenamine maleate. The drug is indicated for use in the treatment of symptoms of flu, colds and flu-like conditions.

Composition of Antigrypin Complex:

Active substances: paracetamol (Paracetamolum), ascorbic acid (Acidum ascorbicum) and chlorphenamine maleate (Chlorphenamini maleas). Each effervescent tablet contains: 500 mg of paracetamol, 200 mg of ascorbic acid, 4 mg of chlorphenamine maleate and excipients: citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, isomalt (E 953), macrogol 6000, sodium saccharin (E 954), lemon flavor (Tetrarome Lemon P 0551 987323: corn maltodextrin, flavoring ingredients (limonene, beta-pinene, citral, gamma-terpinene, linalool), alpha tocopherol (E 307)), magnesium stearate.

Action of Antigrypin Complex:

A combination drug for use in the treatment of symptoms of colds, flu and flu-like conditions. The Antigrypin Complex medicinal product contains three active substances - paracetamol, chlorphenamine maleate and ascorbic acid. Paracetamol has an analgesic and antipyretic effect. Chlorphenamine maleate reduces nasal secretion and inhibits the sneezing reflex and watery eyes. Ascorbic acid helps replenish vitamin C deficiencies in the body.

Antygrypin Complex medicinal product indicated for emergency use in the treatment of symptoms of flu, colds, flu-like conditions - including: headache, sore throat, fever, nasopharyngitis. The drug is intended for use in adults and adolescents over 15 years of age.

Additional information:
Store the product out of the reach of children, at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against moisture and light. It is recommended to consult a doctor or pharmacist before using the medicine. If symptoms persist for more than 3 days (fever) or 5 days (pain), high fever persists, bacterial superinfection begins, you should contact your doctor. Using the drug in high doses (higher than recommended) or long-term use is associated with the risk of addiction - mainly psychological. To avoid the risk of paracetamol overdose, do not take other medicines with paracetamol at the same time. The risk of overdose is greater in people with liver disease. Caution should be exercised when treating people with low glutathione levels. In people with low glutathione levels (severely malnourished, suffering from anorexia, having a low body mass index (BMI), cachexia, dehydrated people, people who regularly drink alcohol, people with mild to moderate liver failure, Gilbert's syndrome , in people with sepsis) cases of liver failure have been observed. The use of paracetamol may increase the risk of metabolic acidosis. Caution should be exercised in people with impaired renal function, acute hepatitis, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency, hemolytic anemia, and methemoglobin reductase deficiency. The risk of drug overdose is greater in people with liver failure that is not caused by alcoholic cirrhosis. Using paracetamol in doses higher than 6-8g per day may damage the liver; Liver damage may occur at much lower doses when alcohol is consumed, liver enzyme inducers or other drugs that are toxic to the liver are used. Long-term alcohol consumption significantly increases the risk of toxic liver damage from paracetamol. Due to the content of chlorphenamine, you should avoid drinking alcohol and medications containing alcohol. The drug may affect the ability to drive and use machines. Caution should be exercised in people with bronchial asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, people suffering from cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, hyperthyroidism and pyloroduodenal obstruction. During treatment, the use of sedative drugs (especially barbiturates), which enhance the sedative effect of antihistamines, should be avoided. Paracetamol may affect the results of blood uric acid and glucose tests. Chlorphenamine may affect the results of skin tests involving allergens - you should stop using the drug at least 3 days before starting skin tests. Use in children and adolescents: use of the drug under 15 years of age is contraindicated. Use during pregnancy and breastfeeding: use is not recommended. The medicine contains sodium (245.5 mg (10.67 mmol) of sodium in one effervescent tablet - this corresponds to 12.3% of the maximum recommended daily dose of sodium in the diet for adults). This information should be taken into consideration by people following a sodium-controlled diet. The medicine contains isomalt (799mg of isomalt, which corresponds to approximately 1.8kcal (7.8kJ) in one effervescent tablet). People with known intolerance to some sugars should contact their doctor before taking the medicine. The medicine does not contain sugar.

Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any ingredient of the drug. Do not use in case of liver or kidney failure. Do not use if you are taking other medications that affect liver function. Do not use in case of alcohol abuse. Do not use in case of narrow-angle glaucoma. Do not use in people at risk of urinary retention, which is related to disorders of the section of the urethra running through the prostate gland. Do not use in people who are taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors - currently or in the last two weeks. Do not use in children and adolescents under 15 years of age.

Side effects:
Some people may experience side effects while using the medicine. Side effects related to paracetamol: if the following symptoms occur, stop using the drug and consult a doctor immediately: swelling of the larynx, which makes breathing impossible (single cases); anaphylactic shock (manifested by confusion, pale skin, drop in blood pressure, sweating, production of small amounts of urine, rapid breathing, weakness and fainting) (single cases); erythema multiforme (single cases); severe skin reaction: toxic epidermal necrolysis (Lyell's syndrome), erythema bullous multiforme (Stevens-Johnson syndrome), acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis manifesting as a rash with pustules all over the body, erosions in the mouth, eyes, genitals and skin, red spots on the trunk, often with blisters in the middle, bursting giant blisters, peeling of large patches of epidermis, weakness, fever and joint pain (very rare cases); persistent itching of the skin (pruritus), skin rash, excessive sweating, lumpy, hemorrhagic or vesicular eruptions on the skin (purpura), allergic reaction (angioedema), allergic reaction causing blistering of the skin (urticaria); they are rare; acute or chronic inflammation of the pancreas, haemorrhage, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, impaired liver function, irreversible liver damage, yellowing of the skin, mucous membranes and the whites of the eyes (jaundice); they are rare. Other side effects: rarely - anemia caused by various deficiencies, inhibition of bone marrow function, reduction in the number of platelets; accumulation of fluid in the tissues (edema); impaired kidney function (nephropathy) and impaired renal tubular absorption or secretion (tubulopathies). Side effects associated with the use of paracetamol are rare and are usually associated with an overdose. Additionally, isolated cases of dizziness have been observed. Side effects related to chlorphenamine: if the following symptoms occur, stop using the drug and consult a doctor immediately: allergic reaction - hypersensitivity reactions, anaphylactic reactions (severe allergic reactions that may include coughing, difficulty swallowing, rapid heartbeat, itching). , swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, tongue, shortness of breath, fatigue, etc.); inhibition of the central nervous system in the form of drowsiness, nausea and muscle weakness, which in some patients disappears after 2-3 days of treatment; occurs frequently; blockage of the bile ducts, hepatitis or other liver dysfunction (including epigastric or abdominal pain, dark urine (rare). Other side effects: common - uncoordinated and involuntary muscle movements in the face, impaired motor coordination, tremors, numbness, tingling, burning, feeling like needles pricking; blurred or double vision; feeling of dryness in the nose and throat, drying of mucous membranes; feeling of dry mouth, loss of appetite, changes in the sense of taste and smell, gastrointestinal disorders (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, epigastric pain), which may be reduced if the drug is taken with a meal; increased sweating; urinary retention and/or difficulty urinating; rarely - changes in blood tests, which may be accompanied by symptoms such as unusual bleeding, sore throat or tiredness; photosensitivity, hypersensitivity to similar drugs; sometimes agitation, especially when using high doses in children or the elderly, characterized by anxiety, insomnia, nervousness, delirium, palpitations, and convulsions; tinnitus, acute labyrinthitis; In general, in case of overdose, cardiac arrhythmias, palpitations, rapid heartbeat may occur; hypotension, increased blood pressure, fluid accumulation in tissues; tightness in the chest, heavy breathing; inability to have sexual intercourse in men, intermenstrual bleeding.

Dosage of Antygrypin Complex effervescent tablets:

Use as directed by your doctor or as indicated on the leaflet. Adults and adolescents over 15 years of age: if necessary, take one effervescent tablet 30 minutes before bedtime. Maximum daily dose: three tablets in divided doses (the dose may be repeated no more than every 4 hours). People with impaired kidney function: the maximum dose is 500 mg of paracetamol. People with impaired liver function: it is recommended to reduce the dose of the drug or extend the intervals between subsequent doses. Elderly: no dose adjustment is necessary. Use orally. Dissolve the effervescent tablet in a glass of water (cold or warm). Treatment duration: without consulting a doctor, do not use longer than: 3 days in case of fever or 5 days in case of pain.