The active ingredient of Sinecod is...
The active ingredient of Sinecod is butamirate citrate that belongs to a group of medications called central action antitussive drugs. Sinecod exerts antitussive(antitussic), expectorant action.
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Drug Manufacture: Novartis Consumer Health SA
Available pharmaceutical forms:
Sinecod® ATC code: R05DB13
Pharmacotherapeutic group: Central action antitussive remedy
Pharmacological action: The active ingredient of Sinecod is butamirate citrate that belongs to a group of medications called central action antitussive drugs. Sinecod exerts antitussive , expectorant, moderate bronchodilatory action with anti-inflammatory effects. Sinecod lowers the resistance of airways and improves blood oxygenation and spirometry indexes.
Indications: Sinecod is indicated in the following conditions:
Sinecod is contraindicated in:
Sinecod should not be used during pregnancy, especially during the first trimester. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant consult your doctor before the treatment with Sinecod.
Sincecod syrup and drops contain sorbitol and saccharin that may increase sugar blood levels. Tell your doctor if you have diabetes.
Sinecod Mode of administration:
Drops for children are indicated
|Children 2 month -1 year
|| 10 drops 4 times per day
|Children 1-3 years
|| 15 drops 4 times per day
|Children 3 years and over
|| 25 drops 4 times per day
Syrup is indicated:
|Children 3-6 years
|| 5ml 3 times per day
|Children 6-12 years
|| 10ml 3 times per day
|Children 12years and over
|| 15ml 3 times per day
|| 15ml 4 times per day
Sinecod® drops and syrup should be used before the meal.
Sinecod side effects: Sinecod is usually well tolerated. The most common side include:
Sinecod overdose: Symptoms may include: drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, low blood pressure.
Expiration date: 5 years
Recommendations for storage: Sinecod drops or syrup should be stored at the temperature not more than 30°C
can sinecod be taken together with decolsin?. Presently i am taking decolsin 3 times a day. but i still have dry cough problems. so i thought of taking also sinecod to address my dry cough.
Sinecod is not known to interact with Decolsin
I got Sinecod in Italy and found it highly effective. Are you never going to sell this again?
We are sorry, but Sinecod is not going to be available again.