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SAB SIMPLEX sus 30ml

SAB SIMPLEX sus 30ml
SAB SIMPLEX sus 30ml

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An oral suspension is an antifoaming medication that ensures the breakdown of foam, which prevents the absorption of gases in the stomach and intestines. This allows the gases to leave naturally or to be absorbed through the intestinal wall. The drug breaks down the bubbles in the foamy mucus of the intestinal wall, but is not absorbed and passes unchanged through the intestine out of the body.

Used :

With increased gas production and its accumulation in the gastrointestinal tract (flatulence) with gastrointestinal discomforts such as bloating, a feeling of fullness and tension in the epigastrium.
With increased gas formation after surgery.
As a preparation for diagnostic examination in the abdomen to reduce the imaging of shadows caused by gas (X-ray, sonography) and as a preparation for gastroduodenoscopy.
Detergent poisoning (dishwashing detergents, etc.)

Dosage and method of use

Dosage and dosage schedules

1 ml of suspension (25 drops) contains 345.95 mg of simethicone emulsion.

Gastrointestinal discomfort related to bloating:

Newborns (from the 3rd week after birth), infants and children up to 36 months:
15 drops (0.6 ml of suspension) in each drinking bottle (or on a spoon before each breastfeeding). Simethicone emulsion mixes easily with other liquids, e.g. milk.

Children aged 3 to 5 years:
15 - 20 drops (0.6 - 0.8 ml suspension) with or after each meal, or before bedtime.

Children aged 6 to 12 years:
20-30 drops (0.8-1.2 ml suspension) every 4-6 hours; this dose may be increased to an adult dose if necessary.

Adolescents aged 12 years and older and adults:
30-45 drops (1.2-1.8 ml suspension) every 4-6 hours; this dose may be increased several times if necessary.

Duration of treatment:
If necessary, this suspension can be administered for a long period of time (months to years).

Preparation for diagnostic examination in the abdominal region:

x-ray examination: on the eve of the examination 15-30 ml of suspension (3-6 teaspoons).
sonographic examination: on the eve of the examination 15 ml of the suspension (3 teaspoons) and another 15 ml (3 teaspoons) about 3 hours before the actual examination.
endoscopic examination: 2.5-5 ml of suspension (1/2-1 teaspoon) before the examination; if necessary, a few more millilitres of suspension can be administered directly through the instrumental channel of the endoscope.

Use in detergent poisoning (washing powders, dishwashing detergents):
The lowest dose is 5 ml of suspension (1 teaspoon).
The patient must not be given any fluids in case of detergent poisoning.

Method of use

The contents of the bottle should be shaken well before use and dripped upright by tapping lightly on the bottom. The drug is dosed on a spoon, in infants, the drug can be mixed into a drinking bottle. To prepare for the diagnostic test, it is also advisable to remove the drip liner and pour the suspension directly onto a spoon. It is necessary to observe the intervals between doses.
The drug is taken during or after meals and at bedtime, in newborns before breastfeeding. It is best taken at the time of main meals.

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