Small Drill Cough Syrup Dryer Child - Infant 125ml on sale in our pharmacy bio, is a syrup for children, advised to soothe a sore throat and dry cough in infants aged 3 months and children up to 6 years.
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LITTLE DRY COUGH SYRUP DRILL INFANT - KIDS 125ML
Description Small Cough Syrup Drill Dryer Child - Infant 125ml
Small Drill Cough Syrup Dryer Child - Infant 125 ml is indicated to soothe irritation associated with dry cough in infants as young as 3 months and children up to the age of 6 years. It is composed of Glycerol dosed at 0.75 ml / 5ml, to form a barrier protecteurice, soften and moisturize the throat to soulader dry cough due to irritation and to protect the throat from external aggressions (pollution, smoke ...).
Board of use dryer Cough Syrup Drill Small Children - Infant 125ml
For children 3 to 12 months: Administer 1 dose of 5 ml (supplied) Syrup, 3-4 times per 24 hours for 3 days.
For children 1 to 6 years: Administer 2 doses of 5 ml (supplied) every 24 hours for 3 days.
If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.
Composition of Small Drill Cough Syrup Dryer Child - Infant 125ml
Glycerol, liquid maltitol E965, hydroxyethylcellulose, sodium benzoate, citric acid monohydrate, sodium citrate, strawberry flavor, purified water.
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125 ml bottle.
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Dry cough is an irritant cough that is not accompanied by any sputum and can have many causes. Several solutions can cure a dry cough in adults ... Cough suppressants are usually in syrup form and sometimes in the form of tablets or chewing gum. They are indicated in cases of irritative and dry cough. By acting on the cough control center located in the medulla of the brain, they abolish the cough reflex. So if misused, especially in case of cough, they can be harmful and cause bronchial congestion. The challenge is to identify drug antitussive (which usually includes several active ingredients).
It is therefore recommended:
- To read the composition on the instructions for use;
- To avoid a drug combining the active ingredients cough suppressants and mucolytics (which, on the contrary, promote cough) and ask if needed the advice of your pharmacist.