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Throat Lozenges Menthol 24 Lozenges

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Cepacol Throat Lozenges Menthol 24 Lozenges will stop a sore throat in its tracks. The antiseptic properties offer fast-acting antibacterial relief for sore throats brought on by colds, flu and other infections. The added menthol has been shown to assist in pain and inflammation to help soothe the throat in no time.

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Description:
Cepacol Antibacterial Throat Lozenges 24

Detailed Description:
Scheduling status: SO. Proprietary name: Cepacol® throat lozenges menthol. Cepacol® throat lozenges regular. Cepacol® throat lozenges blackcurrant flavour. Cepacol® throat lozenges honey and lemon flavour. (And dosage form) (lozenge). Composition: Each lozenge contains: Cetylpyridinium chloride - 1.47 mg. Benzyl alcohol - 6.50 mg. Contains sugar: Liquid glucose - 1.08 g. Sucrose - 1.17 g. Pharmacological classification: A 16.4 naso-pharyngeal and bucco-pharyngeal antiseptics. Pharmacological action: Cetylpyridinium chloride is a quaternary pyridinium antiseptic compound which has bactericidal and fungicidal activity. In vitro, cetylpyridinium chloride has shown antibacterial activity against gram-positive cocci such as streptococcus pyogenes, streptococcus viridans and staphylococcus aureus normally associated with mouth and throat infections. Diluted benzyl alcohol possesses weak local anaesthetic activity. Indications: For the symptomatic relief of sore throat. What Cepacol throat lozenges menthol are used for: Symptomatic relief of sore throat. Cetylpyridinium chloride inhibits growth of bacteria and fungi that can cause mouth and throat infections. Customer care: 0860 ADCOCK/232625. www.coldsandflu.co.za. Identification: Cepacol throat lozenges regular: round yellow hard candy lozenge embossed with the symbol "+" on both sides. Cepacol throat lozenges menthol: round colourless opaque hard candy lozenge embossed with the symbol "+" on both sides. Cepacol throat lozenges blackcurrant flavour: round maroon hard candy lozenge embossed with the symbol "+"on both sides. Cepacol throat lozenges honey and lemon flavour: round honey-yellow hard candy lozenge embossed with the symbol "+" on both sides. Presentation: Packs of 8 or 24 lozenges in aluminium foil/PVC blister packs. www.adcock.co.za. Date of publication of this package insert: 15 October 1999.

Pack size:
24 lozenges

Quantity in pack:
24

Marketing description:
Cepacol. Fast acting relief of sore throat. Throat lozenges. Menthol. Antibacterial. 24 lozenges. Adcock Ingram.

Brand:
Cepacol

Package type:
Box

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How to use

Usage instructions:
Dosage and directions for use: Dissolve lozenge slowly in the mouth. Use as needed. How to use Cepacol throat lozenges menthol: Dissolve one lozenge slowly in the mouth, as needed. Not recommended for children under three years of age.

Storage instructions:
Store in a cool, dry place below 25 degrees C.

Warnings:
Contraindications: Not suitable for diabetics. Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients. Safety in pregnancy and lactation has not been established. Not for use by children under three years of age. Side effects and special precautions: Severe sore throat or sore throat accompanied by high fever or headache or nausea and vomiting, or any sore throat persisting for more than two days, may be serious. In such cases, consult your doctor. Ingestion of cetylpyridinium chloride may cause nausea and vomiting. It has depolarising muscle relaxant properties and toxic symptoms include dyspnoea and cyanosis due to paralysis of the respiratory muscles, possibly leading to asphyxia. Depression of the central nervous system with convulsions, hypotension and coma may occur. Known symptoms of overdosage and particulars of its treatment: Treatment is symptomatic and supportive. Overdosage of benzyl alcohol can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, headache, vertigo, and CNS depression. Keep out of reach of children.

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