Solvetusan 0.06g / 10ml syrup 150ml

Aflofarm


£14.99 £24.00




  • The active substance in Solvetusan 0.06g / 10ml is levodropropizine. The drug has an antitussive effect and contributes to the elimination of bronchospasm. The indication for use is the symptomatic treatment of dry cough.

Composition Solvetusan 0.06g / 10ml:

Active substance: levodropropizine. 10ml syrup contains 60mg of levodropropizine and other ingredients: sucrose, citric acid monohydrate, methyl parahydroxybenzoate (E218), propyl parahydroxybenzoate (E216), cherry flavor (ethyl acetate, isoamyl acetate, benzaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, eugenol, glycol, vanol , sodium hydroxide, 32% solution, purified water.

Action Solvetusan 0.06g / 10ml:

Levodropropizine contained in the drug has an antitussive effect and suppresses bronchospasm. The medicinal product Solvetusan 0.06g / 10ml is in the form of a syrup, it is a preparation indicated for the symptomatic treatment of unproductive, dry cough. According to the results of the conducted research, the drug can be used for cough of various origin - cough in the course of lung cancer, cough associated with infections of the upper and lower respiratory tract, as well as in the case of pertussis.

Application of Solvetusan 0.06g / 10ml:

The medicinal product Solvetusan 0.06g / 10ml indicated for the symptomatic treatment of dry (non-productive) cough. It can be used in adults and children over 2 years of age.

Additional information:
The product should be stored out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against moisture and light. The drug contains propylene glycol (13mg in 10ml syrup). The drug contains ethyl alcohol (4mg in 10ml syrup). The drug contains sucrose (4g in 10ml syrup) - people with known intolerance to some sugars should discuss with the doctor the possibility of using the drug. This medicine contains propyl parahydroxybenzoate and methyl parahydroxybenzoate - ingredients that can cause allergic reactions (including late-type reactions) e.g. contact dermatitis, rarely immediate reactions (urticaria, bronchospasm). The drug contains benzyl alcohol (0.2g in 10ml syrup), this ingredient may cause allergic reactions. Children under 3 years of age should not be given for more than a week without medical recommendation, in women during pregnancy and lactation, the use of large amounts of benzyl alcohol can lead to its accumulation in the body and cause side effects e.g. metabolic acidosis. Caution is advised in the elderly (over 65 years of age) and in people with severe renal impairment (creatinine clearance <35ml / min).

Contraindications:
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the drug. Do not use in the case of abundant bronchial secretion and bronchial epithelial cilia (Kartagener syndrome, ciliary dyskinesia). Do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Do not use on children under 2 years of age.

Side effects:
Some people may experience side effects when using the medicine, these occur very rarely. Usually these are not serious complications. Use of the medicine should be stopped and you should contact your doctor immediately if you experience symptoms such as an allergic reaction occurring up to 20 minutes after taking the medicine (rash, severe swelling of the face, mouth or throat, difficulty breathing, speaking or swallowing, a sharp decrease in blood pressure, slow or fast heartbeat, pallor, anxiety, sweating, dizziness, loss of consciousness, respiratory and cardiac arrest); angioedema (severe allergic reaction - sudden swelling of the lips, tongue, throat, face, limbs or joints without itching and pain) - swelling in the head and neck may cause difficulty swallowing and breathing; severe skin reactions (urticaria, itching) or skin diseases e.g. with blistering (epidermolysis); arrhythmias (uneven heartbeat, risk of atrial bigeminia); hypoglycemic coma; swoon; convulsions. Other side effects: very rare - urticaria, erythema, rash, itching, skin reactions; stomachache, stomachache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea; general malaise; dizziness, balance disorder, tremor, tingling, numbness; cardiac disorders (palpitations, tachycardia), hypotension; irritability, drowsiness, depersonalization (a sense of alienation of oneself); shortness of breath, cough, edema of the respiratory mucosa; asthenia (general weakness of the body) and weakness of the lower extremities; not known - glossitis and aphthous stomatitis; cholestatic hepatitis (inflammation caused by stopping the flow of bile from the liver); cases of generalized swelling, fainting and weakness; epileptic seizures: major seizure (clonic-tonic seizures) and small seizure (non-convulsive, so-called petit mal seizure); mydriasis and loss of vision - symptoms disappear after discontinuation of the drug; drowsiness, decreased muscle tone and vomiting in the newborn, which was attributed to the entry into the child's body of levodropropizine taken by the nursing mother - the symptoms appeared after feeding and resolved spontaneously after skipping several breast-feeding; swollen eyelids. major seizure (clonic-tonic seizures) and small seizure (non-convulsive, so-called petit mal seizure); mydriasis and loss of vision - symptoms disappear after discontinuation of the drug; drowsiness, decreased muscle tone and vomiting in the newborn, which was attributed to the entry into the child's body of levodropropizine taken by the nursing mother - the symptoms appeared after feeding and resolved spontaneously after skipping several breast-feeding; swollen eyelids. major seizure (clonic-tonic seizures) and small seizure (non-convulsive, so-called petit mal seizure); mydriasis and loss of vision - symptoms disappear after discontinuation of the drug; drowsiness, decreased muscle tone and vomiting in the newborn, which was attributed to the entry into the child's body of levodropropizine taken by the nursing mother - the symptoms appeared after feeding and resolved spontaneously after skipping several breast-feeding; swollen eyelids. which was attributed to the entry into the child's body of levodropropizine taken by the nursing mother - the symptoms appeared after feeding and resolved spontaneously after bypassing several breast-feeding sessions; swollen eyelids. which was attributed to the entry into the child's body of levodropropizine taken by the nursing mother - the symptoms appeared after feeding and resolved spontaneously after bypassing several breast-feeding sessions; swollen eyelids.

Dosage of Solvetusan syrup 0.06g / 10ml:

Take this medicine exactly as your doctor has told you or as directed on the leaflet. Children over 2 years of age: body weight - 10-20kg: administer 3ml three times a day; 21-30kg: administer 5ml three times a day. Adults: take 10ml three times a day. The drug is for oral use, taken at least 6 hours apart, used between meals. Use the measuring cup included in the packaging for measuring. Do not use for more than 7 days without consulting a doctor. After 7 days of use, when the cough persists, consult a doctor.