ACC Syrup 20mg/ml 100ml
ACC Syrup 20mg/ml 100ml
The active substance acetylcysteine dissolves the components that cause mucus viscosity. This encourages coughing. The product is used to treat respiratory diseases that are accompanied by intense dense mucus formation. This reduces the viscosity of the mucus and promotes coughing.
Without a doctor's advice, the product may be taken by adults or given to children in acute respiratory diseases accompanied by thick loose mucus and damp cough, such as flu, acute bronchitis or trachea.
Children can be given a medication without consulting a doctor from 2 years of age.
At the doctor's recommendation, the product is used for chronic respiratory diseases such as chronic bronchitis, trachea, bronchial asthma, bronchiolitis (bronchitis), mucoviscidosis (cystic fibrosis, congenital mucus liquefaction disorder), bronchiectasis (bronchial enlargement) .
Children from 2 to 5 years 5 ml 2-3 times a day (corresponding to 200-300 mg acetylcysteine).
Children 6 to 14 years of age 10 ml twice daily (corresponding to 400 mg acetylcysteine).
Adults and children over 14 years of age 10 ml 2-3 times a day (corresponding to 400-600 mg acetylcysteine).
10 ml of oral solution corresponds to half a measuring cup or 2 full syringes.
ACC for children is taken after meals.
If symptoms worsen or do not improve after 4-5 days, consult a doctor.
Do not take ACC for Children if you are hypersensitive (allergic) to acetylcysteine, methyl parahydroxybenzoate or any of the ingredients of ACC for Children.
As there are still insufficient data on dosages in neonates, ACC for Children should only be used in neonates after consultation with a physician.
Severe skin reactions, such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome and Liel syndrome, have been reported very rarely with acetylcysteine use. If changes in the skin and mucous membranes occur, medical advice should be sought immediately and the use of acetylcysteine should be discontinued.
Caution is required if you suffer from bronchial asthma, have a history of gastrointestinal ulcers, or are currently suffering from such a disease.
Caution is required in patients with histamine intolerance. Long-term therapy should be avoided in these patients, as ACC for Children affects histamine metabolism and may lead to symptoms of intolerance (eg headache, pruritus).
Admission during pregnancy and lactation should be done only after consulting a doctor due to lack of sufficient data.
ACC Children can be given to children up to 2 years of age only on prescription and under medical supervision.
Tell your doctor if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription.