- Bronchipret syrup TE is a herbal medicinal product that is recommended for cough and retained secretions. Bronchipret supports the relief of cough, facilitates the expectoration of secretions and prevents the development of inflammation of the airways.
The active ingredients of the drug: liquid extract of thyme herb (Thymi herbae extractum fluidum, DER: 1: 2-2: 5; extraction solvent: 10% ammonia solution [m / m]: glycerol 85% [m / m]: ethanol 90% [v / v]: purified water (1: 20: 70: 109)), liquid extract of ivy leaves (Hederae helicis extractum fluidum; DER: 1: 1; extraction solvent: ethanol 70% [v / v ]). 100g of syrup contains: liquid extract of thyme herb - 15g, liquid extract of ivy leaves - 1.5g. Other ingredients: citric acid monohydrate, purified water, potassium sorbate, liquid maltitol (16.5 mg maltitol / 100 g Bronchipret TE).
The drug in the form of syrup Bronchipret TE is a way to clear the airways from the secretion there. The preparation contains two active substances: thyme herb extract and ivy leaf extract. Thyme herb stimulates the mechanisms of self-cleaning the airways, allows faster and easier expectoration of secretions. Ivy leaves have a secretolytic effect.
Bronchipret TE is indicated for cough symptoms with accompanying secretion, as well as in mild or moderate infections and inflammation of the airways (eg acute bronchitis).
Bronchipret Additional information:
Keep the product out of reach of children at room temperature. The syrup contains about 2g easily digestible carbohydrates in one dose (5.4 ml). The syrup contains maltitol and alcohol (7% [v / v]). Without consultation with a doctor, it can not be used in case of inflammation or ulceration of the gastric mucosa.
Do not use in the case of hypersensitivity to any component of the drug: active or auxiliary substances, as well as in the case of hypersensitivity to other plants of the family jasnotowatych and araliowatych, common birch, birch or celery. Do not use in children under the age of 2, in pregnant women and in breast-feeding women.
Bronchipret Side effects: Adverse reactions
may occur while taking the medicine. Possible side effects are: stomach and intestinal disorders: gastrointestinal disorders (eg vomiting, nausea, diarrhea - uncommon); disorders of the immune system: skin hypersensitivity reactions with rash - rare. Side effects - frequency not known: hypersensitivity reactions: urticaria, swelling of the face, mouth and / or throat area, exercise dyspnea. If hypersensitivity reactions occur, immediate discontinuation of the drug is necessary.
The drug should be taken as directed by your doctor or the instructions on the leaflet. The measured dose should be administered orally, without dilution, possibly with a small amount of water. Shake before use. The drug should be taken three times a day. Children from 2 to 5 years of age: 3.2 ml three times a day (total daily dose: 9.6ml). Children from 6 to 11 years of age: 4.3 ml three times a day (total daily dose: 12.9ml). Adults, adolescents over 12 years of age: 5.4 ml three times daily (total daily dose: 16.2 ml). After 10 days of using the drug without getting any improvement or in the presence of difficulty in breathing, blood or purulent discharge, fever should contact a doctor.