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Respiratory Tract Bromhexine (Generic) Generic drugs, marketed without brand names, contain the exact same active ingredients used in their brand-name counterparts, but cost significantly less. The drugs are required to meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards for safety, purity and effectiveness.

An example of a mucolytic drug is the bromhexine hydrochloride tablet. It makes the mucus in the nose, windpipe, and lungs easier to cough up by thinning and loosening the mucus there.


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Tablets containing bromhexine hydrochloride What exactly is bromhexine? Bromhexine is a treatment for coughs that is sold by the company Healthypharm. It is simpler to cough up secretions because the active component bromhexine is an expectorant, which works by breaking up mucus in the chest and making it easier to cough it up. It is not recommended to use bromhexine cough syrup for coughs that are tickly or dry. Bromhexine is offered in a variety of dosage levels, and it can be administered to both adults and children older than two years of age. For what purpose is it being used? Coughs that are productive and chesty can be treated with bromhexine. Since it makes the mucus, also known as phlegm, thinner, the syrup or pills make it simpler to cough up the mucus that is found in the lungs and upper airways. After around five hours, bromhexine begins to have its impact. Coughs that come from deep inside the chest can be treated with this medication if they are brought on by conditions such as the common cold, bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or cystic fibrosis (CF). The proper use of bromhexine It is possible to consume bromhexine cough syrup without diluting it. It also includes a dose beaker so you can accurately measure the appropriate quantity. You can take the cough syrup with or without food, whichever you choose. Tablets are another form in which bromhexine may be purchased. The pills must be swallowed with a full glass of water. It is possible that the advantages of the cough syrup will not become apparent for some time. If it does not provide instant relief from coughing, you should not stop using it. If after 14 days the symptoms have not improved, you should make an appointment with your primary care physician. Dosage There are two dosage levels of bromhexine available, which are 4 mg and 8 mg (of the active ingredient per 5 ml of cough syrup). Tablets of bromhexine are only available in a single dosage strength (8 mg). The following constitutes the standard dosage advice: Adults as well as children older than 10 who are: Children aged 5 to 10 years should take 5 - 20 ml of cough syrup (strength: 4 mg) three times a day, 2.5 - 10 ml of cough syrup (strength: 8 mg) three times a day, or 0.5 - 2 tablets (4 to 16 mg) three times a day; Children aged 2 to 5 years should take 2.5 - 5 ml of cough syrup (strength: 8 mg) three times a day; Adults should take Cough syrup containing bromhexine should not be given to children who are younger than two years old. Tablets of bromhexine are not appropriate for usage in children younger than five years of age. Before beginning usage, make sure to read the instructions that come with the product. Concomitant effects This medication may produce adverse reactions such as gastrointestinal issues (nausea, vomiting, stomach discomfort, or diarrhea), lightheadedness, and excessive sweating. If any of these or other adverse effects are significant, it is important to seek medical attention. Please refer to the brochure that comes with the product for further details. When it is not appropriate to utilize Bromhexine In the event that you have an allergy to any of the substances in Bromhexine cough syrup, you should not use it. A complete list of the components may be found on the information sheet that comes with the product. Children less than two years old should not take the cough syrup under any circumstances. It is recommended that the pills be given to youngsters who are at least five years old. It is not recommended to take expectorant cough treatment in conjunction with cough suppressants (medicine for tickly coughs). Pregnancy/driving ability/alcohol If you are pregnant or nursing, you should not use Bromhexine and should only do so with your doctor's permission. There is a possibility that taking this medication will result in adverse effects that will impair your ability to react. If you are feeling less aware or dizzy, you should avoid going near moving vehicles. Alcohol does not affect the way bromhexine works in the body.


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