The plant remedy "Bronchipret" is issued, the instruction on which application is compulsorily attached, in the form of drops, syrup and tablets.
The latter as active andauxiliary ingredients include extract from thyme grass, primrose extract, lactose monohydrate, glucose syrup, riboflavin, dimethicone, chlorophyll powder, silicon dioxide, methyl hydroxypropylcellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, titanium dioxide and flavor. Talc and saccharin sodium are also contained in small amounts. The syrup contains extracts of thyme and ivy, potassium sorbate, maltitic syrup, water and citric acid monohydrate. Drops contain ethanol and sodium saccharin dihydrate. In addition, they contain extracts of thyme and ivy.
Take a combined drug "Bronchipret"the instruction for use recommends three to four times a day. The duration of treatment in this case is from ten to fourteen days. The exact dosage of the drug is prescribed depending on the age and weight of the patient. For example, toddlers from three to four months to one year recommends giving only one-third of a teaspoon of syrup "Bronchipret" instruction. Drops are prescribed, as a rule, to patients older than six years of age, and for them the scheme of reception is as follows: twenty five drops four times a day.
Tablets, according to the instruction, are recommendedtake patients older than twelve years. In this case, for this category of patients, a single dose of the drug is one dragee. The permissible daily norm in this case is equal to three tablets.
Take a combined drug "Bronchipret"The instructions for use do not strictly recommend people suffering from hypersensitivity to thyme or ivy. An allergic reaction to any other plants of the labial group is also included in the list of contraindications. In addition, do not use this tool in case of individual intolerance of the auxiliary components contained in its composition.
As for possible adverse reactions,provoked by the use of this drug, then in the first place should highlight the various allergic reactions. For example, a skin rash, redness, or itching. In addition, there may be urticaria. In case of an overdose of the drug, there may be pain in the stomach, as well as diarrhea and vomiting.</ p>