Clinical-therapeutic group:herbal remedies for cough
The best combination of the two plants is to reduce cough and bronchial secretions.
Coclusedal Nurison is the only anti-cough rectal suppository used in infants from 1 month of age. The synergistic action of Grindel and heliumium reduces the secretion of mucus in the respiratory tract.
Grindel is characterized by antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action.
Helium has a calming effect due to its mild sedative effect.
Indications:Symptomatic treatment of dry or wet cough in upper respiratory tract infections and acute bronchopulmonary diseases.
Contraindications:Do not use Coclusedal Nurison if you have had an anal or rectal injury in the recent past (contraindications for use).
Precautions:In case of fever or thick, purulent sputum, or in case of chronic diseases of the bronchi/lungs, consult a doctor.
Method of administration and dosage:
Used rectally 1-2 suppositories per day.
Shown in children aged 1 month to 30 months.
Do not take a double dose to make up for a forgotten dose.
Possible side effects:Local effects related to the route of use may be detected.
Storage bags:Keep out of reach of children.Do not store above 250C.