- Sedobroxol is a systemically active mucolytic agent.
- Following orally administration, onset of action occurs after about 30 minutes.
- The breakdown of acid mucopolysaccharide fibers makes the sputum thinner and less viscid and therefore
more easily removed by coughing.
- Although sputum volume eventually decreases, its viscosity remains low for as long as
treatment is maintained.
Treatment of respiratory disorders
associated with viscid or excessive mucus
(wet or productive cough): e.g.Tracheobronchitis,
pneumoconiosis, chronic inflammatory
pulmonary conditions, bronchiectasis,
acute exacerbations of bronchitis it should
be given with the appropriate antibiotic.
Patients with hypersensitivity to the active
ingredient (ambroxol hydrochloride), or to
bromhexine, or to any of the ingredients in
Dosage & route of administration duration:
- Relative caution should be observed in patients with history of gastric or peptic
- Use of Sedobroxol therapy is not recommended during the first trimester of
pregnancy and breast-feeding mothers.
- Sedobroxol should be administrated immediately after meals: One teaspoonful = 5ml
- Adults & children (over 12 years old)
10 ml (2 teaspoonful) to be administrated 3 times daily.
Children 1-2 years ....... 2.5 ml (half teaspoonful) 2 times daily
Children 3-6 years ........2.5 ml (half teaspoonful) 3 times daily.
Children 7-12 years ......5 ml (one teaspoonful) 2-3 times daily.
Occasional mild gastrointestinal irritation
and discomfort (e.g. diarreha; abdominal
fullness and nausea)
reactions, primarily skin rashes , occur
(Amoxicillin, cefuroxime and erythromycin)
in bronchopulmonary secretions and in the
sputum are increased with concomitant
administration of Sedobroxol.
Keep at temp. not exceeding 30°C.
Keep medicine out of reach of children.
Bottle of 60 ml, 120 ml.