Aspirin C 400mg/240mg 10 Effervescent Tablets Bayer
Aspirin C 400 mg and 240 mg* x10 effervescent tablets - Bayer
1. What is Aspirin C, and what is it used for?
Aspirin C is an analgesic, an antipyretic, and an anti-inflammatory medicine. It works mainly by inhibiting unsaturated fatty acids' release and prostaglandin biosynthesis. This drug is absorbed rapidly and almost completely by the gastrointestinal tract - mainly in the stomach, to a lesser extent by the intestines.
Note that the rate of absorption depends on the pH of the contents.
Aspirin C is used to relieve the pain of medium and light intensity, including:
Symptoms associated with colds and flu
2. How does Aspirin C work?
The medicine easily penetrates the tissues, the placenta and breast milk. It is metabolised in the liver (mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum) and other tissues. It is excreted in the urine mainly as metabolites (75% as salicylurowy acid) and 10% unchanged. T 0.5 is 2-4 h. The addition of ascorbic acid supplements prevents vitamin deficiencies from arising, for example, in the course of a common cold.
3. What does Aspirin C contain?
One tablet of Aspirin C contains the following ingredients:
400 mg of acetylsalicylic acid
240 mg of ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
Sodium citrate anhydrous
Anhydrous citric acid
Anhydrous sodium carbonate
4. Aspirin C 400mg/240mg dosage
If you need help with how to take Aspirin C, you can consult your doctor or pharmacist.
The standard dosage should be as follows:
For adults: 1-2 tablets extemporaneously (400-800 mg). You can take up to 8 tablets daily;
For children above 10 years of age: 1 tablet, as they can take up to three a day.
Method of taking the drug: it can be taken orally after being fully dissolved in water.
It is not recommended to take it on an empty stomach.
Note that the medicinal product is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.
Do not take Aspirin C:
If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients, including acetylsalicylic acid and other types of salicylates, ascorbic acid, and others;
If you have active stomach ulcers or duodenal ulcers;
If you have haemorrhages;
If you have a medical history of asthma;
If you are taking methotrexate;
If you suffer from kidney failure, liver failure or heart failure;
If you are pregnant and the pregnancy is in the last trimester;
If you suffer from kidney stones;
If calcium oxalate crystals are found in the urine;
If you suffer from a disease characterised by high iron levels.
If you suffer from any medical condition, whether mentioned in the description or not or if you are taking other medicines or pregnant, always consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking Aspirin C.
There are no data or observations that taking this medicinal product affects driving or operating machinery.
6. Are there side effects?
As with any other medicinal product, Aspirin C may have side effects.
The most common side effects may include:
abdominal and gastrointestinal pain
shortness of breath
Rare to very rare side effects may include:
liver function disorder
7. How to store Aspirin C?
For proper storage of Aspirin C, we recommend that you follow these tips:
Always store in a dry and ventilated place where the temperature is below 25°C;
Keep the medicine away from children;
In case the expiry date has passed, do not take the drug.
8. Do you need a prescription for Aspirin C?
Aspirin C is a medicine that is available without a doctor's prescription.
9. Where can you buy Aspirin C online?
At Care From Nature online shop, we offer Aspirin C 400mg/240mg of the brand Bayer. The package includes 10 effervescent tablets.
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