What is the dose of Contafever N?
Children: The usual dose for children is 20-30 mg / per kilogram of the child’s weight, divided into doses per day. Contafever N in syrup can be given as follows: 3 – 12 months (5: 10 kg): 2.5 ml 2-3 times a day. 1 – 2 years (10 – 15 kg): 2.5 ml 3 – […]
What will happen if I accidentally take Contafever N syrup during my pregnancy?
One or two doses of Contafever N is not expected to cause major problems; however you should see your doctor for medical advice.
When is Contafever N contraindicated?
It is contraindicated to use or prescribe Contafever N syrup in the following cases: Hypersensitivity to the components of the medicine (ipoContafever N). Before or after heart surgeries. Patients with uncontrolled high blood pressure. Refer to your doctor if you are sick with high blood pressure before using Contafever N syrup. Patients with uncontrolled high […]
Does Contafever N cause drowsiness?
Contafever N Syrup may rarely cause drowsiness, dizziness, blurred vision, and a delay in motor reactions, which may severely affect the patient’s ability to drive or operate machinery. If you experience these symptoms, do not engage in any activities that require alertness or quick reactions until you feel you can do those activities safely. It […]
What are the warnings and contraindications?
Caution should be exercised when prescribing Contafever N Syrup in patients with the following conditions: Cardiovascular disease. Irregular heartbeat. High blood pressure. Hyperthyroidism. Prostatic hypertrophy patients. Diabetics. Patients with high intraocular pressure, including glaucoma. Epilepsy. Asthma patients. Patients with moderate or severe renal failure. Patients with severe hepatic insufficiency. Peptic ulcer patients.
Is Contafever N syrup suitable for pregnant women?
Contafever N Syrup is one of the medicines classified in the classification of drug safety classes for pregnant women in Category C, and practical practices indicate that the components of Contafever N (ibuprofen) are not expected to cause any significant harm to the pregnancy or to the fetus, but the safety of this has not […]