MONTELUKAST table. 5 mg

MONTELUKAST table. 5 mg
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Your doctor has prescribed Ether to treat your child's asthma. Ether tablets are used to treat patients with asthma control was not adequate and need additional therapy.
Air helps prevent symptoms of asthma during physical exertion.



MONTELUKAST table. 5 mg
 

What Montelukast 5 mg and what it is used?

Your doctor has prescribed Ether to treat your child's asthma. Ether tablets are used to treat patients with asthma control was not adequate and need additional therapy.
Air helps prevent symptoms of asthma during physical exertion.
Your doctor will determine how to use Ether depending on the symptoms and severity of your child's asthma.
Airwaves belong to the group of medicines called leukotriene receptor antagonists. They block normally present in the lungs chemicals called leukotrienes, which cause narrowing of the respirator tract and inflammation in the lungs, leading to symptoms of asthma.
Before taking over the air
 If your child is allergic to montelukast or any of the other ingredients of the air.

Take special care with Ether:

 Oral Montelukast 5 mg are not intended to treat a sudden attack of breathlessness. They will help your child in this situation and should never be used for this purpose. If an asthma attack, you should carefully follow given to you by your doctor. Of particular importance is always to have the medication needed to control the seizures.
 If your child needs-agonist inhaler more often than usual, you should consult with his doctor as soon as possible.
 It is important that your child can use all the doctor prescribed asthma medications as directed. Ether does not replace steroid medications that your child may already be using.
 If your child has phenylketonuria, you should note that Ether contains aspartame, a source of phenylalanine. Fenilalan in the tablets can be harmful for people with phenylketonuria.
 Among the very small number of patients taking asthma medications, including montelukast, although there is no evidence for the air, there is a rare condition. If you get a combination of any of the following symptoms, especially if they continue for a long time or worsen, seek medical advice immediately: flu-like manifestations, difficulty breathing, tingling and / or rash.
 Use in infants and young children: Ether is not recommended for use in children under two years of age.
Intake of air with food and drink
If Ether are taken with food, they should be taken in the evening, one hour before or two hours after meals.

Pregnancy and lactation:

Pregnancy: Pregnant women and those who intend to become pregnant or think they are pregnant should consult a physician before taking air.
Lactation: not known if Montelukast is in milk. The physician should advise nursing women and those intending to breastfeed before taking the air.

Driving and using machines:

In adults, it is not expected to change Ether their ability to drive or operate machinery. However, individual responses to medication may vary. Some side effects that message Ether can change some patients' ability to drive or operate machinery.
Important information about some of the ingredients of the air:
Montelukast contains aspartame, a source of phenylalanine. It can be harmful for people with phenylketonuria.
How to take radio?
The usual dose for children aged between 6 and 14 years is a chewable tablet daily in the evening.
If Ether intake is associated with food, the tablets should be taken one hour before or two hours after meals.
Air should not be used concomitantly with other products containing the same active ingredient montelukast.

Possible side effects:

There are reports of allergic reactions, including swelling of the face, lips, tongue and / or throat that may cause difficulty in swallowing, itching, rash or hives. In such a situation it is vital to your child stops taking the airwaves if the child develops an allergic reaction seek immediate medical attention.
The following adverse reactions were reported in approximately the displayed frequency:
Common: abdominal pain, headache and thirst.
Unknown: restlessness, tremor, depression, anxiety, joint pain, dizziness, dry mouth, indigestion, drowsiness, hallucinations, sleep disturbances, malaise, numbness, seizures, muscle pains, nausea and vomiting, sore liver palpitations.
Weakness and fatigue, bruising and swelling due to fluid retention.
Very rare: During treatment with montelukast in patients with asthma is very rare cases of a condition known as syndrome Churg-Strauss.
Additional Information:

What radio?

Active ingredient is montelukast sodium equivalent to 5 mg of montelukast.
The other ingredients are manotol, sodium lauryl sulfate, hydroxypropyl cellulose, iron oxide red, cherry flavor, maltodextrin and modified starch, aspartame, sodium starch glycolate type A, magnesium stearate.
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