Generic drug from DI-Antalvic
Therapeutic class: Analgesics
active ingredients: Dextropropoxyphene, Paracetamol
laboratory: Arrow Generic
Box of 20
Symptomatic treatment of painful conditions of moderate to intense intensity, and / or not responding to the use of peripheral analgesics alone.
Dosage DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE PARAC ARROW 30 mg / 400 mg Capsule Box of 20
Reserved for adults.
- 4 capsules per day on average and up to 6 in rebel pain, regularly distributed within an interval of 4 hours between each dose.
- The capsules should be swallowed with a large glass of water, and preferably with a snack.
- In case of renal insufficiency (creatinine clearance less than 30 ml / min), the interval between 2 doses will be at least 8 hours.
This medicine MUST NEVER BE USED in the following cases:
- Children under 15 years old.
- Related to paracetamol :
. allergy to paracetamol,
. hepatocellular insufficiency.
- Linked to dextropropoxyphene :
. allergy to dextropropoxyphene,
. severe renal insufficiency,
. breastfeeding: this medication passes into breast milk; some cases of hypotonia and respiratory pauses have been reported in infants after ingestion by mothers of dextropropoxyphene at therapeutic doses. If you are breastfeeding, taking this medicine is contraindicated,
. combination with morphine agonists-antagonists (buprenorphine, nalbuphine, pentazocine) (see interactions).
NOT RECOMMENDED :
This medicine IS GENERALLY NOT RECOMMENDED in the following cases:
in combination with carbamazepine (see chapter interactions).
Undesirable effects Dextropropoxyphene Parac Arrow
RELATED TO PARACETAMOL :
- a few rare cases of allergic accidents, most often manifested by simple skin rashes with erythema or urticaria, require stopping treatment;
- exceptional cases of thrombocytopenia have been reported.
RELATED TO DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE :
- The most frequent :
- More rarely :
. constipation, abdominal pain, rash, headache, asthenia, euphoria;
. minor disorders of vision, disorientation, drowsiness, dizziness;
. sometimes severe hypoglycemia, especially in elderly, diabetic or renally impaired patients;
. cholestatic hepatitis, or mixed.