Espumisan 100mg Composition:
1 capsule. Containing 100 mg of simethicone;
Espumisan 100mg Response: Simethicone lowers the surface tension of the gas bubbles contained in the food and the digestive tract mucus, causing them to rupture and absorption through the intestinal wall or expulsion. While performing ultrasound and X-ray: the stomach, intestines, pancreas, gall bladder and kidney prevents overlapping of gas and foaming of gastric contents in the image of the examined organs. Simethicone is not absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and is excreted unchanged.
Espumisan 100mg Indications: Treatment of symptomatic gastro-intestinal disorders associated with excessive accumulation of gas (flatulence), even after surgery. Auxiliary in preparing patients for clinical abdomen (radiology, ultrasound, gastrocamera). In studies of the double contrast administered as an additive together with the contrast agent. Drops are also used in adjunctive therapy of intestinal colic in infants over 1 months of age and poisoning surfactants as suds suppressor digestive tract content.
Espumisan 100mg Contraindications:Hypersensitivity to the ingredients and the 4-hydroxybenzoate. Drops do not use in children less than 1 months of age When treatment should not drink carbonated beverages.
Espumisan 100mg Pregnancy and lactation: The safety of pregnant and breast-feeding has not been established.
Espumisan 100mg Dosage: In the stomach-intestinal ailments related to excessive accumulation gazóww the digestive tract:
- Infants 5 - 10 drops should be added to a bottle of milk or give a small spoon before each breastfeeding
- 1 - 6 years 10 drops of 3 to 5 times a day
- 6 - 14 years 10 to 20 drops of 3 to 5 times a day
- Youth and adults 20 drops 3 to 5 times a day
Espumisan 100mg In preparation for diagnostic testing of abdomen
Dosage ml (using a calibrated cup) 1 ml three times a day on the day before the test, after a meal and 1 ml in the morning on the day of testing
Espumisan 100mg addition to the suspension of the contrast agent: Dosage ml (using calibrated cup) 2 ml to 4 ml per 1 liter of the contrast agent used for the test double contrast
in the preparation of patients for gastroscopy and endoscopy of the small intestine: the dosing ml (using a calibrated cup) 2 to 3 ml prior to testing. If necessary, the during the test, pour some additional ml of the emulsion to the endoscope to reduce foaming digestive tract content.