SAB SIMPLEX . 30ml
Sab simplex should not be used in known hypersensitivity to the active substance or dimethicone to any of the excipients. No drug interactions have been observed to date.
Dosage and method of administration
Sab simplex suspension is specifically indicated for naturally and artificially fed infants and the elderly.
If not otherwise specified, please follow the instructions for use: Infants and young children-feeding
In each vial bottle were added 15 drops (0.6 ml) Sab simplex suspension. Sab simplex suspension was mixed without any problems with other liquids, e. milk. In infants Sab simplex suspension is applied with a small spoon before feeding.
Young children taken during or after meals 15 drops (0.6 ml). If necessary before sleep are given another 15 drops.
For the treatment of swelling and heaviness in the abdomen in adults and students recommended the following dosage:
Students 20-30 drops (0.8 -1.2 ml)
Adults 30-45 drops (1.2 -1.8 ml)
This dose is given every 4-6 hours, and may be increased if necessary. Best Sab simplex suspension to be used after a meal or before bedtime. Shake well before use!
To drip, hold the bottle upside down, gently tap on the bottom.
For more slowly dripping bottle should be tilted slightly.
Use in the next indication in adults it is easier if the dropper is separated from the bottle.
In preparation for X-ray before the evening should be taken 3 -6 teaspoons (15-30 ml) Sab simplex.
In the preparation for ultrasound studies recommended the night before the examination to take 3 teaspoons (15 ml) Sab simplex suspension and another 3 teaspoons (15 ml) about 3 hours ago ultrasonographic examination.
The dosage depends on the severity of poisoning. As a minimum dose recommended 1 teaspoon (5 ml) Sab simplex® suspension.
Duration of treatment
The duration of administration depends on the course of the complaints. If necessary Sab simplex can be used for a long time.
Complaints of swelling and heaviness in the abdomen in adults
Swelling, weight and feeling overflow abdomen can be caused by organic functional disorders and diseases or disorders of metabolism. In most cases, the doctor can not establish organic causes.
The various parts of the gastrointestinal tract, contain different amounts of air or gas. The air is ingested during feeding. Intestinal gas are formed from the bacterial degradation of food components. Part of swallowed air is released through belching. Part of the gases are absorbed and others emitted as gases. When imbalances between adopted and gases formed drebnomehurchesta foam. The air can be released to give gases.
Quantity and composition of intestinal gas is very dependent on dietary habits and composition of food. The high fat content in the diet, in particular animal, and also the high protein content can cause flatulence. Certain vegetable foods such as cabbage, onions and legumes also contribute to increased accumulation of gases.
Note: Consult your doctor if you develop a new and / or persistent heartburn.
Swelling of gases and quarterly colic in infants
Abdominal pain after meals to nursing infants and young children are attributed to common complaints encountered by mothers and pediatricians.
Regular bouts of crying, starting half an hour after eating, to the exclusion of organic causes may be adopted as a sign of indigestion. They are found mostly in the first 3 months of life and therefore are called "quarterly colic." These complaints are a tough challenge for children and parents. However, they are not regarded as a disease and do not affect the development of detsata.Te can meet both children fed with a bottle and in breastfed children.
The reason for this is colic milk feeding as milk enhances foaming for several hours during its passage through the gastrointestinal tract. Closed air can not escape and form painful bloating.
Sab simplex - drug and mode of action
Bloating and colic appear excessive entrapped air and gas in the stomach or intestines as drebnomehurchesta viscous foam that prevents them from release. Sab simplex can dissolve pent-up foam.
The active substance of Sab simplex, simethicone, foam degrades and so the gases are removed or naturally or are absorbed by the intestinal wall.
Sab simplex not affect "chemical work of the stomach and intestines." It is not absorbed by the body, and is separated from the intestines together with the remainder of their contents.
Sab simplex disturbing no known side effects. Therefore, it is safe to use in infants.
Furthermore Sab simplex suspension is suitable for diabetics, as it contains carbohydrates.
Keep medicines out of the reach of children!
Do not use after the expiry date stated on the packaging!