Ambroxol is a secretolytic agent that is used to treat respiratory diseases. Its solubility in water is given as 5 mg/ml.
Ambroxol is a mucoactive drug used to treat several different respiratory diseases. It belongs to the secretolytic agent classification of drugs.
secreto para bibo............
No, Dextromethorphan is good (anti-tussives)
Ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Ambroxol and bromhexine are two drugs that liquefy the mucus.
I don't think you should- not safe for your baby
soluble in propylene glycol mix with water
Para los bronquios.
la loratadina con ambroxol sirve para aliviar sintomas de gripe como congestion nasal y aliviar la tos ademas de expulsar las flemas.
It is advisable to avoid use during the first trimester of pregnancy.
its a low power cough medicine which you dont usually need a prescription to buy.
yes you can but be specific with dosage we r giving our baby on prescription of ped .
No such data is available for safety of ambroxol during early pregnancy. It is safe to use the same drug after 28 weeks of pregnancy. Another mucolytic drug is bromhexine. It is derived from plant source and is probably safe in pregnancy. It has been used for cough for centuries.
It was Boehringer Ingelheim (a German pharmaceutical company) which was looking for a drug which would inhibit the cough in horses in and around 1930. Only much later was it then tested in humans and found active.
No. You better take bromhexine. It has been used for generations and is safe in pregnancy. Safety of ambroxol is not established in early and mid-pregnancy. It can be taken after 28 weeks of gestation.
You may have allergies. Try cleaning or replace your air filter in your home, and eliminate as much dust as you can in your home. If you burn candles, try stopping that for awhile.
yes but you should not, it can affect how it works. Amoxicillin should be taken with food. 500 mg every 6-8 hours for 8-10 days depending on what you have. but no less than 8 days. Drink lots of water, eat real good and it will work you can take ambroxol for your cough or ask for something stronger if you need it.
Acebrophylline is an airway mucus regulator with antiinflammatory action. The drug's approach involves several points of attack in obstructive airway disease. The molecule contains ambroxol, which facilitates various steps in the biosynthesis of pulmonary surfactant, theophylline-7 acetic acid whose carrier function raises blood levels of ambroxol, thus rapidly and intensely stimulating surfactant production. The resulting reduction in the viscosity and adhesivity of the mucus greatly improves ciliary clearance. By deviating phosphatidylcholine towards surfactant synthesis, making it no longer available for the synthesis of inflammatory mediators such as the leukotrienes, acebrophylline also exerts an inflammatory effect. This is confirmed in vivo by the reduction in aspecific bronchial hyper-responsiveness in patients with stable bronchial asthma. On a clinical level, acebrophylline is therapeutically effective in patients with acute or chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive or asthma-like bronchitis and recurrence of chronic bronchitis; it reduces the frequency of episodes of bronchial obstruction and reduces the need for beta2-agonists, and improves indexes of ventilatory function.
Probably not. Drug testing as performed by hiring companies, law enforcement, etc. is concerned with drugs that effect job performance and/or are illegal. So opiates, opioids, THC derivatives, etc. are tested for. And drugs like ephedrine, which is a LOT like an amphetamine, can generate false positives for that reason. But no-one wants to spend the extra money to test and see if you're taking heart meds, for instance, because there is no black market in them, and they typically don't effect job performance.Ambroxol is a secretolytic and a mucolytic. It's a very localized painkiller/analgesic that only works on sore throats. It is NOT an opiate or opiate analog. As such, I can't think of a drug class that's tested for, that this rather unusual medication approximates. And as this med doesn't get people high, there's no real black market in it.But is it possible a drug test could detect Something -- perhaps inaccurately? Maybe, but very very doubtful.