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In treatment of:
Treatment of reversible airways obstructions and COPD
1. Upper respiratory tract infections
6. Increased sputum
8. Dry mouth
11. Gastrointestinal distress
14. Back pain
17. Chest pain
19. Flu like symptoms
20. Loss of voice
21. Nasal congestion
22. Runny nose
24. Sore throat
25. Unpleasant taste
1. Hypersensitivity to the drug
2. Hypersensitivity to Atropine or its derivatives
3. Hypersensitivity to Soya lecithin or related food substances such as soybeans and peanuts
1. Angle closure glaucoma
2. Prostatic hyperplasia
3. Bladder neck obstruction
Dosage individualized based on patients requirements.
Rhinorrhea, Allergic rhinitis, Perennial rhinitis:
Nasal spray (0.03%):
Adults and children over 12years: 2 sprays (42mcg) per nostril two to three times daily.
Nasal spray (0.06%):Rhinorrhea associated with common cold:
Adults and children over 12years: 2 sprays (84mcg) per nostril three to four times daily.
Children (5 to 12): 2 sprays (84mcg) per nostril three times daily
Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases such as bronchitis, emphysema etc:
Adults and children over 12 years: 2 to 4 inhalations or puffs every 8th to 6th hours. Increases if required up to 6 to 8 puffs thrice daily.
Adults and children over 12 years: 250 to 500mcg in every 8th to 6th hours through a nebulizer
Adults and children over 12 years: 1 to 4 inhalations or puffs every 6th hours as required. Children up to 12 years: 1 to 2 inhalations or puffs every 8th to 6th hours as required.
Children below 6 years: 1 inhalation; every 8th hours.
Adults and children over 12 years: 500mcg every 8th to 6th hours through a nebulizer as required.
Children (5 to 12 hours): 125 to 250mcg through a nebulizer thrice daily. Increases up to every 4th to 6th hours if required