Chlorphenamine Maleate+Ammonium Chloride+Sodium Citrate
Chlorphenamine Maleate is known for relieving indications of sinus pressure, runny nose, sinus congestion, watery eyes, itchiness of the nose and throat, and sneezing that occurs due to upper respiratory contagions eg. allergies, colds and hay fever. It may also be utilized for some other conditions as observed by your doctor. It works by making a blockage in the action of histamine that reduces symptoms such as sneezing and watery eyes.
Impermanent relief of itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, itchy nose or throat, and runny nose grounded by hay symptom (allergic rhinitis), or some other respiratory allergic reactions.
There is not any information on the excretion of chlorpheniramine debut into human milk. Nevertheless, because other antihistamines are passed into human milk in low densities, the manufacturer suggests that carefulness is must when using by a pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Description: Ammonium chloride is an acidifying substance; it enhances acidity by increasing free hydrogen ion property. It is utilized in patients with metabolic alkalosis as a effect of chloride loss after gastric suction, vomiting, gastric fistula drainage and pyloric stricture. It has also been utilized in the therapy of diuretic-induced chloride diminution and alkalosis resulting from inordinate use of alkalinising medicates.
Ammonium Chloride Injection, after solution in isotonic sodium chloride injection, may be pointed in the management of patients with (1) hypochloremic states and (2) metabolic alkalosis.
Fast intravenous direction of Ammonium Chloride may be attended by pain or vexation at the spot of injection or along the blood vessel route. Reactions which may fall out because of the mixture or the method of administration include feverish response, contagion at the site of injection, venous occlusion or inflammation extending from the portion of injection, eructation and blood disease (from large volume diluent).
If an inauspicious reaction does occur, stop the infusion, evaluate the patient, constitute appropriate therapeutic steps and save the residual of the fluid for test if take for necessary.
Ammonium Chloride is counseled in patients with terrible impairment of renal or internal organ function. It should not be handled when metabolic alkalosis due to vomiting of hydrochloric acid is attended by loss of sodium (excreting of sodium bicarbonate in the urine).
Oral Re-hydration Solution is used for treating diarrhea.
DM, HTN, Heart disease, or those on a reduced salt diet. Hard renal impairment, azotemia, micturition or anuria.
Medical assistance before the usage of this medicine is necessary in the cases Pregnancy and lactation.
Sodium Citrate Interactions
Alkalinization of the urine because of the use of Sodium Citrate, theoretically, may effect in a reduced therapeutic result of the following medicament:
Antacid: Attendant use of antacids with citrates may effect in general alkalosis. Concurrent usage of antacids with sodium bicarbonate as well as sodium citrate may boost the evolution of calcium stones in patients with uric acid stones and may also reason in hypernatremia. Coincidental use of aluminium-containing antacids with citrate salts can enhance aluminium assimilation, possibly consequent in chronic aluminium toxicity, particularly in patients with renal inadequacy.
Laxatives: Concurrent direction of citrates with laxatives may have an accumulative effect.
ANTIROCK SP SYRUP
Chlorphenamine Maleate+Ammonium chloride+Sodium citrate
Chlorphenamine Maleate 2.5 mg +Ammonium chloride 100 mg +Sodium citrate55mg
100 ml bottle