Medifaith Biotech Chandigarh
46/3, Ground Floor, Street No. 5, Shanti Nagar, Mani Majra, Chandigarh 160101
MEDIFAITH BIOTECH Pvt Ltd is a growing PCD Pharma company in India and is committed to increase access to high-quality healthcare by developing, producing and marketing affordable pharmaceutical products in INDIA
Arion Healthcare Chandigarh
SCO-907, NAC, Manimajra, Chandigarh, Chandigarh 160101
We provide general range pharma franchise products in the districts of Baska,Chirang, Dhubri,Jorhat,Majuli, Tejpur,Tinsukia,Golaghat.
Lezaa Biotech Ambala
SCO NO. 1, Nanhera Road, Kuldeep Nagar, Ambala Haryana 133001
USES OF AMBROXOL 15MG + TERBUTALINE 1.25MG + GUAIPHENESIN 50MG:Ambroxol is a secretolytic agent used in the treatment of respiratory diseases associated with viscid or excessive mucus. Guaifenesin is a drug usually taken orally to assist the bringing up of phlegm from the airways in acute respiratory tract infections. Also used in all forms of tracheobronchitis, emphysema with bronchitis pneumoconiosis, chronic inflammatory pulmonary conditions, bronchiectasis, bronchitis with bronchospasm asthma. During acute exacerbations of bronchitis it should be given with the appropriate antibiotic.SIDE EFFECTS OF AMBROXOL 15MG + TERBUTALINE 1.25MG + GUAIPHENESIN 50MG:GI discomfort, nausea and vomiting; dizziness, drowsiness, headache; rash; decreased uric acid levels; urinary calculi (large doses).DRUG INTERACTIONS OF AMBROXOL 15MG + TERBUTALINE 1.25MG + GUAIPHENESIN 50MG:NACONTRAINDICATIONS OF AMBROXOL 15MG + TERBUTALINE 1.25MG + GUAIPHENESIN 50MG:Hypersensitivity.MECHANISM OF ACTION OF AMBROXOL 15MG + TERBUTALINE 1.25MG + GUAIPHENESIN 50MG:Ambroxol is a metabolite of bromhexine and is used similarly as a mucolytic. Guaifenesin increases the volume and reduce the viscosity of tenacious sputum and is used as an expectorant for productive cough. Absorption: Well absorbed in the GI tract. Excretion: Urine.SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR AMBROXOL 15MG + TERBUTALINE 1.25MG + GUAIPHENESIN 50MG:Persistent cough e.g. occurs with smoking, asthma, chronic bronchitis, or emphysema; cough accompanied by excessive secretions; cough with a fever, rash, or persistent headache; Pregnancy, lactation. Porphyria.