- Indications for use
- Chemical composition
- Release form
- Application for children under 18 years of age
- Side effects
- special instructions
- Drug interactions
- Storage conditions and periods
- Conditions of dispensing from pharmacies
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- Video about the drug Bronchipret
Bronchipret is a herbal preparation, often used for children and adults when diagnosing pathologies of the respiratory tract. The syrup is considered effective, and its plant composition has a positive effect not only on the respiratory organs, but also on the work of other systems. Reviews of patients taking the medicine differ, which is associated with a different course of the disease and the body's response to the components of the composition.
Indications for use
The drug is a syrup based on components of natural origin, which has expectorant properties and is used to treat diseases of the bronchi and lungs.
The main indications for prescribing a medicine:
- Bronchitis in acute and chronic form, accompanied by severe cough and other symptoms.
- Tracheitis and tracheobronchitis, which often develops as a result of the progression of pathologies of the upper respiratory tract.
- Mild pneumonia. The drug for such a disease cannot be used as the only method of treatment, since it is necessary to prescribe several drugs from different groups.
- Obstructive bronchitis, chronic pathology with frequent exacerbations.
- Cough against the background of a cold or viral illness with the formation of a large amount of sputum.
The drug can be used in the formation of viscous sputum in a small amount to improve its discharge.
Bronchipret is a syrup for children, reviews of which are mostly positive, containing plant substances as the main components. The action of the drug is carried out due to the presence of creeping thyme extract and extracts from ivy leaves. These substances have expectorant, mucolytic properties, improve sputum discharge.
The composition of the syrup also includes additional substances that ensure the preservation of the chemical formula throughout the shelf life:
- Potassium sorbate.
- Maltite syrup.
- Citric acid monohydrate.
- Purified water.
These components have no therapeutic properties.
The syrup is a brown liquid with a pronounced plant aroma and sweet taste. It is placed in vials made of dark glass. The volume of the bottle can be 50 or 100 ml.
The container is placed in a cardboard box, in which you can also see a detailed description of the dosage form and the nuances of use, possible complications during treatment and contraindications. The cost of a bottle differs in different pharmacies and regions. The average price ranges from 200-450 rubles. and depends on the volume of the bottle.
The medicine has pronounced expectorant and mucolytic properties, that is, it not only facilitates sputum discharge, but also makes it less viscous, which has a positive effect on the course of pathological states.
Additionally, herbal ingredients have a bronchodilator effect, eliminate irritation of the respiratory tract with frequent coughing. Dilution of sputum leads to its rapid evacuation and cleansing of the bronchi from mucus. Often, sputum stagnation leads to the multiplication of microorganisms in it, which provoke the progression of the inflammatory process and the development of complications.
The drug has anti-inflammatory properties, helps to shorten the recovery period, especially in patients with chronic forms of the disease. Additionally, the medicine helps to strengthen the immune system, has a positive effect on the functioning of the digestive and cardiovascular systems.
Bronchipret is a syrup for children (reviews about the remedy are usually left by parents who gave the child the medicine in courses), which is quickly absorbed in the body after a single dose of the prescribed dosage. Plant substances are concentrated in the affected area, which allows for a therapeutic effect.
They do not accumulate in tissues, which helps reduce the likelihood of developing an overdose. The maximum concentration in the body is reached 1 hour after oral administration. For several days, the first result is noted, but a lasting effect is noticeable only after a course of use in combination with other drugs.
The processing of herbal ingredients is carried out in the patient's liver. The components are quickly evacuated by the kidneys, a small amount is excreted in the feces. Disruption of the digestive system leads to a deterioration in the absorption of the syrup, and kidney pathologies complicate excretion.
The absence of a cumulative effect is considered an advantage of the drug, since the accumulation of components increases the likelihood of complications and allergic reactions. Experts draw the attention of patients that plant substances more often lead to such complications.
Application for children under 18 years of age
The drug can be used for adults and children over 3 months old. But the decision on the appointment is made only by the doctor after a preliminary examination of the child and the identification of the stage of the pathological condition.
The standard method involves determining the dose not only depending on age, but also taking into account body weight. For 1 kg of weight there is 1 drop of syrup. After counting this amount, add another 10 drops. This will be a one-time therapeutic dosage.
|Patient age||Dosage of funds|
|Children from 3 to 12 months||The body weight of such patients usually does not exceed 10 kg. A single dose is 10-16 drops|
|1-2 years||The dosage for 1 dose ranges from 15-17 drops, since the child's body weight may differ from the standard indicator|
|2-3 years||The norm for such patients is 20 drops.|
|Children 3-4 years old||Children of this age use 23 drops at a time, repeating the use 3 times a day|
|Patients 4-5 years old||For such patients, the one-time rate is 23 drops.|
|5-6 years old||Preschool children consume 29 drops of syrup at a time|
|Patients 6-7 years old||The dosage for patients of this age is 32 drops|
|Patients 7-8 years old||Patients take 35 drops of syrup inside|
|8-9 years old||Children at this age are prescribed 38 drops of syrup for 1 dose|
|9-10 years old||For 1 time, patients at this age take 41 drops of syrup|
|Children 10-11 years old||For such patients, the one-time rate is 44 drops.|
|11-12 years old||A single dosage for patients is 47 drops|
|Teenagers 12-13 years old||For adolescents, 50 drops are allowed at a time|
Reception of the syrup is repeated 3 times a day at approximately equal intervals. This allows the body to maintain a constant level of ingredients. The duration of the treatment course for a mild course of the disease does not exceed 10 days. With a severe form of pathology, use may be required for 14-20 days. Adjustment of the dose and duration of treatment is possible on an individual basis.
Experts do not recommend mixing the product with food or liquids, but it is allowed to drink it with a sufficient amount of water.
Bronchipret in some cases leads to the development of complications, if you study the reviews of the parents. Syrup for children is not prescribed if allergies to components or a history of such reactions are detected.
Other barriers to treatment:
- Exacerbation of chronic diseases of the stomach and intestines. The drug can aggravate the course of gastritis, enteritis and colitis if used during periods of exacerbation.
- Internal bleeding against the background of injuries or exacerbation of pathologies of the digestive tract.
- Acute poisoning of the body with food or drinks. The product can only be used after acute symptoms have been eliminated.
- Brain trauma in the acute stage.
- Traumatic brain injury in the patient's history. The presence of ethanol in the composition can provoke complications when using the syrup.
- Diseases of the liver and kidneys of a severe form, when the process of processing ingredients with their subsequent excretion is disrupted.
- Epilepsy with frequent seizures. If a child suffers from such abnormalities, the use of ethanol-based products can lead to an increase in the frequency of seizures and other complications.
- Acute pathologies of blood, heart, brain. Mental disorders are considered a contraindication for therapy, since the presence of ethanol can negatively affect the course of the disease.
For each child, individual contraindications can be determined during a specialist examination.
The drug does not provoke an overdose, provided it is used correctly for its intended purpose. Such cases have not been recorded by specialists, but they cannot exclude their occurrence. At the same time, there is a deterioration in the general condition, weakness and fatigue, disruption of the digestive system. Many patients develop nausea and pain in the abdominal area, vomiting and diarrhea join a little later.
In case of an overdose, patients may experience sleep disturbances, while some speak of severe drowsiness, decreased performance. Headache worries patients with prolonged use or the presence of chronic neurological diseases. Often the condition is accompanied by the development of an acute allergic reaction in the form of urticaria or Quincke's edema.
Multiple rashes, irritation appear on the body and limbs, edema of the mucous membranes of the eyes, mouth, throat joins. These symptoms can provoke suffocation, and scratching the affected areas will inevitably damage the outer layer of the skin and cause infection.
An overdose is treated only in a hospital, especially with its acute course and the presence of a threat of suffocation. Patients are prescribed antihistamines and enterosorbents, as well as other drugs, depending on the symptoms.
Despite the herbal composition of the drug, it can provoke complications, even if all the recommendations of a specialist are followed.
Most often, patients are worried about the following symptoms:
- Increased coughing that irritates the mucous membranes in the throat.
- Headaches and dizziness, poor sleep. Such disorders are more often noted by schoolchildren and adolescents.
- Nausea and heartburn.
- Loss of appetite, dry mouth, flatulence.
- Diarrhea and vomiting. Such deviations lead to the development of dehydration, which is manifested by severe weakness, can provoke seizures and impaired consciousness.
- Rash on the body.
- Allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis, accompanied by lacrimation and nasal congestion.
- Itching of the skin in the area of rash formation.
The appearance of negative reactions is considered a reason for refusing to use the syrup and contacting a pediatrician. The patient does not always need special treatment, but sometimes the doctor prescribes drugs if any symptoms appear in an acute form.
Bronchipret - syrup for children (it is recommended to study reviews of the medicine before starting use) should be used only according to indications and after examination by a pediatrician. The dosage regimen may vary, since often in children, the body weight indicator differs from the norm.
Children under 3 years old are allowed to add syrup to juice or milk, despite the fact that the manufacturer does not recommend such a reception. The taste of the product is specific, so not every child will be able to use it in its pure form.
Experts draw the attention of parents to the fact that the first result from therapy does not appear the next day after its start. The first result is noted after 2-3 days, and a lasting improvement is observed only after the course use.
The lack of effect of treatment within 14 days indicates the progression of the pathological condition. In this case, it is recommended to immediately visit a doctor who will prescribe remedies to improve the condition.
You should not use the drug with other drugs that have expectorant and mucolytic properties, as this can provoke complications. It is forbidden to take it together with medications that suppress the cough reflex. Most often they contain codeine in the composition, but suppressing coughing leads to stagnation of liquefied sputum and the development of bacterial complications.
Often, the drug is prescribed simultaneously with antibacterial medicines, since the cough is accompanied by inflammation and the development of bacterial complications. Usually antibiotics of the penicillin and cephalosporin series, as well as macrolides, are used. The specific combination of drugs is determined by the doctor.
Storage conditions and periods
The medication is allowed to be stored in a dark and cool place. It is recommended to limit access to children and direct sunlight.
The maximum shelf life is 3 years, but after opening the bottle, its contents can be used no longer than 6 months. During storage, the formation of a sediment at the bottom of the bottle is allowed, which does not affect the properties of the drug.
Conditions of dispensing from pharmacies
Dispensing the drug from pharmacies is free, which is not considered a reason for uncontrolled use without a doctor's prescription.
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Bronchipret is an effective expectorant syrup for children and adults with relatively safe herbal ingredients. Reviews on the use of the drug are mostly positive, but there are also negative responses if complications arise from the internal organs and systems during the course of therapy. Before prescribing the medicine, the pediatrician examines the child and determines the appropriateness of using the syrup.
Video about the drug Bronchipret