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Symptomatic and supportive treatment for inflammation and infections limited to the mouth and pharynx, in particular: - moderate pharyngitis and angina - tonsillitis - stomatitis aphtosa - thrush of the oral mucosa.
Dequalinium chloride 0.25 mg - 3 mg saccharinas Sodium - Sodium chloride 0.5 mg - Mannitolum - Gelatinum - Paraffinum liquidum - Algeldratum - talcum - Fructi aroma syntheticum 42/999 - Magnesii stearas qs Tablet comp pro uno.
Boxes of 20 tablets in blister suction.
Posology and method of administration:
Anginol is intended for adults and children over 6 years.
Dosage: at the start of treatment: 1 tablet every 2 hours. After reducing the symptoms: 1 tablet every 3 to 4 hours.
Not more than 3 to 6 tablets per 24 hours.
The tablets melt in the mouth without having to bite.
This is a medicine, no prolonged use without medical advice, keep away from children, read the leaflet carefully. Ask your doctor or pharmacist. In case of side effects, contact your doctor.
Children younger than 6 years, hypersensitivity to an excipient.
A prolonged treatment (longer than 10 days) should be avoided, given the risk of distortion of the normal oral microbial flora.
Use during pregnancy and lactation:
the absence of scientific data Anginol will not be used during pregnancy and lactation.
Adverse side effects:
To date no known adverse side effects.
There are no published data on the risk of overdose in humans. An oral dose of 2g/kg (ie, 10,000 tablets Anginol) test mice is tolerated without mortality.
Dequalinium chloride is incompatible with soaps and anionic surfactants or with disinfectants containing phenol derivatives.
Dequalinium chloride should not be mixed with soaps and anionic surfactants or with disinfectants containing phenol derivatives.
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This is a medecine available without a prescription.. Do not use long without medical advice. Read the instructions carefully. Keep this medicine out of the reach of children. Keep the manual as it contains important information. Ask for advice from your doctor or pharmacist. Consult your doctor if adverse reactions.