Buguseptil Inhalation

Contraindications In case of hypersensitivity to Escitalopram or any of its auxiliary substances and its use in combination with non-selective irreversible monoaminoxidase inhibitors (MAOI) is contraindicated. It has been reported that there are serious reactions in patients who use selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) with MAOI or in cases that start MAOI treatment immediately after discounting SSRI treatment. Some patients developed serotonin syndrome.

Escitalopram should not be used in con contrausive MAOI. Escitalopram should be used at least 14 days after irreversible MAOI treatment is discontinued or at least 1 day after discontinuation of a recyclable MAOI treatment such as moclobemid. Escitalopram therapy should be disconcended at least 7 days before treatment with a non-selective MAOI.

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Description

Formula

Buguseptil in 48 ml solution; there are 0.80 g of Menthol, 2.0 g of eucalyptol, 0.80 g of gomenol, 2.0 g of turpentine essence, 20.0 g of benjuan tincture and alcohol.

Pharmacological Properties

Indications

It is used for symptomatic relief of the upper respiratory tract in cases such as colds and flu-incited colds and nasal congestion.

Contraindications

It is not used in those who are known to have extreme sensitivity to one of the substances in it. Mentole in dairy children and young children should not be used as it can cause hypersensitivity, glottis spasms, asphyctiosis and collagen.

Warnings/Precautions

Buguseptil ® is only for inhalation with water vapor, it is not taken orally. Do not use it without contacting a doctor, as you may have a serious condition if you have a persistent and especially high fever cough.

Side effects/adverse effects

Side effects of menthol and eucalyptole in the form of fatty ointments, sprays or drops are not reported in inhalation applications.

Drug interactions

None.

How and how it is used

Half a liter of water is boiled in a container that is difficult to overturn and taken on a table, and after putting 1-2 teaspoons of Buguseptil ® in it, its steam is inhaled through the mouth and nose for about 5 minutes. Covering the head with a cover at this time is useful, as it will prevent the steam from spreading around. This process should be repeated every 2-3 hours.

If the nostrils are blocked, it is necessary to clean them before inhalation. To prevent irritation, the eyes should be closed before inhalation.

(Note: The resin in the container used is easily cleaned with alcohol.)

Overdose and treatment

spite of the procedures, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, convulsion, coma and respiratory failure may occur if an accidental excess is drunk. In such cases, the stomach is emptied and washed. I.V. barbiturate or diazepam against convulsion; symptomatic and supportive treatment is applied in case of coma.

Manufacturer

Santa Farma Pharmaceutical Industry Co., Ltd.

Buguseptil Equivalents

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Additional information

Dosage form

Pack size

Potency

48Ml

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Origin

Generic Name (Ingredient)

In 48 Ml Of Solution; 0.80 G Menthol, 2.0 G Eucalyptol, 0.80 G Gomenol, 2.0 G Turpentine Extract, 20.0 G Benjuan Tincture And Alcohol

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