BRONKAL 2MG/5ML SYRUP
- Medicine Overview
BRONKAL 2MG/5ML SYRUP
Bronkal belongs to a class of medicines called Beta2-Adrenergic Agonists.i.e. Salbutamol
Bronkal is indicated in the treatment of:
- Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction, and
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Bronkal Syrup may cause the following side-effects: Reduced airway tone causing ventilation/perfusion mismatch, Tachycardia, Hypokalaemia, Irritability, tremor, hyperactivity, Vomiting, food intolerance, Headache, Chest pain, Muscle Spasm, Ketoacidosis.
The following severe side-effects may also occur when using Bronkal Syrup:
- lactic acidosis
- Heart disorders
- Immune system disorders such as allergic reactions
- Low blood potassium (Hypokalemia)
- Increased blood sugar levels
- Known sensitivity to salbutamol and/or propellant mixture.
- Caution in infants with hypertension, hyperthyroidism, hypokalemia.
- Patients with unstable, severe asthma or taking Bronkal are at an increased risk.
- Patients with heart disease such as increased or decreased heartbeat or heart failure are at an increased risk when using Bronkal.
- Concurrent use of β blocking agents.
WHEN NOT TO USE:
- This medicine should not be used in patients who are allergic to Bronkal
- Bronkal should not be used with beta-blockers such as propranolol.
- This medicine should not be used in patients with rare genetic problems of reduced activity or absence of lactase (galactose intolerance and Lapp lactase deficiency) and abnormal absorption of glucose and galactose in the body.
- During the first or second trimesters of pregnancy, this medicine should not be used for threatened abortion (miscarriage).
- Bronkal Syrup interacts with theophylline. When higher doses of Bronkal is used with higher doses of theophylline, it may increase the risk of low level of potassium in the blood.
- There may be an interaction of Bronkal with antidepressants (tricyclics antidepressants and monoamine-oxidase inhibitors). When Bronkal is used with antidepressants, it may alter the effect of Bronkal.
- Bronkal Syrup may interact with antihypertensives (reserpine, methyldopa, and guanethidine), which are used to treat high blood pressure. When Bronkal is used with antihypertensives, it may alter the effect of Bronkal.
- When Bronkal is used with halogenated anesthetics, it may increase the risk of abnormal and ineffective uterine contractions during delivery (uterine inertia), bleeding, and serious heart rhythm disorders. Bronkal should be discontinued as soon as possible or at least 6 hours before taking anesthetics.
- Special instructions need to be followed while taking this medicine along with corticosteroids. When higher doses of Bronkal is used with higher doses of corticosteroids, it may increase the risk of low level of potassium in the blood.
- Bronkal should not be used with beta-blocking drugs.
- When using Bronkal with potassium-depleting agents, it may increase the risk of low levels of potassium in the blood, which may lead to increased or decreased heart rhythm.
- When Bronkal is used with anti-diabetics, it may interfere in the effect of anti-diabetic therapy. Antidiabetic therapy should be adjusted when using both medicines together.
- Recommended: 4 mg three or four times a day
- Maximum: 8 mg three or four times a day
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