Saturday, September 14, 2013


 • 0101030C-7106 
Osipect Syrup Composition: Each teaspoonful 5 ml) contains:
Glyceryt guaiacolats 50 mg
Potassium citrate 50 mg
Terbutaline sulphate 1.5 mg
Diphenhydramine HCI 14 mg
Osipect syrup is characterized by combining four active ingredients which act synergistically to provide simultaneous expectorant, bronchodilator, and antihistaminic effects.
- Glyceryl guaiacolate (guaiaphenisin 
is a powerful expectorant for productive cough, it acts by increasing the volume and thus reducing the viscosity & tenacious sputum. It increases the efficiency of ciliary action to remove accumulated secretions from the trachea and bronchi.
- Terbutaline is one of the safest and most effective selective 2—agonists that relief bronchoapasm sasociated with cough and so facilitate expectoration.
- Diphenhydramine HCI is a potent antihistaminic agent with snticholinergic effects that is useful for symptomatic treatment of cough due to allergy.
- Citrates is a common ingredient in cough mixtures for its expectorant activity.
& Usage: Osipect syrup is indicated in the treatment of productive and non-productive cough
associated with acute or chronic respiratory diseases such as:
- Acute and chronic bronchitis.
- Asthmatic bronchitis and other conditions associated with reversible airway obstruction.
- Cough associated wfth respiratory tract infections and related conditions as common cold, sinusitis and pharyngitis especially when these conditions are complicated by tenacious mucus.
- Pulmonary emphysema. 
Contra-Indications: - Known hypersensitivity to any of the drug components.
- Neonates and premature infants. 
Side Effects: Osipect syrup is well-tolerated but rarely transient and mild side effects may occur
with large doses
- Gastrointestinal discomfort, nausea and vomiting.
- Fine tremors, nervous tension and headache.
- Peripheral dilatation and palpitations. 
Drug Interactions: - Concurrent use of tricyclic antidepressants may potentiate the action of terbutaline on the vascular system.
- Concomitant administration of terbutaline and other )12.-agonists with corticosteroids, diuretics, or xanthines increases the risk of hypokalaemia.
- Terbutaline can decrease serum concentrations of digoxin.
- The sedative action of diphenhydramine may be potentiated by CNS depressants including alcohol, barbiturates, hypnotics, opioid analgesics and anxiolytic sedatives.
- Anticholinergic drugs may potentiate diphenhydrumines sntichlolinergic side effects. 
Warnings & Precautions: Osipect syrup should be used cautiously in the following cases:
- Hyperthyroidism.
- Arrhythmias, hypertension, and other cardiovascutar diseases.
- Pregnancy and lactation. 
Dosage & Administration: 1-2 teaspoonful 3-4 times daily. Packing: Bottle of 120 ml. Storage: Store below 30 C fffoorrt ue prsuuct wtuctr afrocto poor treemr, aod to cur rrrp&’t
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