Composition : Levosalbutamol 0.25 mg+ Ambroxol 7.5 mg Guaiphenesin 12.5 mg Syrup
Packing : 15ml With Carton+Dropper
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Levosalbutamol + Ambroxol + Guaiphenesin is a combination of medicine known as expectorants which are usually used to treat coughs that produce mucus. The body uses coughing, whether it is productive or dry, to remove irritants from the airways and guard against infection. Dry cough and chesty cough are the two different forms of coughs. A chesty cough (wet cough) means mucus or sputum is generated to help clear your airways, but a dry cough is tickly and doesn't produce any nasty or thick mucus. Levosalbutamol is a bronchodilator, which means that it widens the lungs' airways by relaxing muscles. Ambroxol is a member of the group of medications known as mucolytic agents, which thin and loosen mucus in the nose, windpipe, and lungs. facilitating simple coughing out as a result. Guaifenesin is a member of the group of medications known as expectorants, which function by bringing more fluid into the airways, making mucus less sticky, and aiding in the removal of mucus from the airways.
Treatment for cough caused by mucus treated by Levosalbutamol, Ambroxol, and Guaifenesin. Levosalbutamol is a member of the group of bronchodilators that open up the lungs' airways by relaxing muscles. Ambroxol is a member of the group of medications known as mucolytic agents (cough/sputum thinners) that reduce the thickness and lubricity of mucus in the nose, windpipe, and lungs. As a result, it makes coughing easier. Guaifenesin is a member of the group of medications known as expectorants. It functions by boosting the amount of liquid in the airways, lowering the stickiness of mucus, and aiding in its expulsion.
Before use, thoroughly shake the bottle. Before using, make sure you read the label. Utilizing the measuring cup that is included in the package, take this medicine as directed by your doctor, with or without a meal.
Inform your doctor if your child is allergic to Levosalbutamol, Ambroxol, and Guaifenesin. Explain the medical history of your child to your doctor especially if they are suffering from fits and have a history of fits as it may increase the risk of recurrent fits. Give your child plenty of fluids while taking this medicine. Tell your doctor if your child has liver, kidney or heart problems.
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Can I stop giving Levosalbutamol 0.25 mg + Ambroxol 7.5 mg Guaiphenesin 12.5 mg syrup to my child on my own?
No, it is not advisable to stop giving this medication to your child. The doctor has prescribed this medicine after analyzing the condition of your child. Do not stop giving this medicine even if you feel your child feels better.
How long should I give Levosalbutamol 0.25 mg + Ambroxol 7.5 mg Guaiphenesin 12.5 mg syrup to my child?
You are recommended to give this medicine to your child as long as the doctor has prescribed it.