Uses of Brotilase
What does Brotilase do? Brotilase is a pain reliever, antipyretic, non-Steroid anti-inflammatory drug, a drug for the treatment of Gout and joint diseases. Brotilase is a prescription drug, so patients should only take it when prescribed by a qualified doctor.
1. Composition and indications, contraindications of Brotilase
The main ingredient of Brotilase is Bromelain 40mg, Trypsin 1mg and other excipients just enough. The drug is available in the form of enteric-coated tablets.
With the above ingredients and uses, the drug is effective in the treatment of the following diseases:
Reduces inflammatory symptoms (edema, swelling, pain, redness) caused by fractures and sprains Treatment of hemorrhoids, proctitis , after hemorrhoidectomy, weaning, mastitis, hematoma conditions, thrombosis. The drug is primarily intended for use in adults, and there is no adequate information or research on its use in children.
2. Dosage of Brotilase
The following dosage of Brotilase is for reference only with the following dosage:
Starting: 2 tablets / time x 4 times / day Maintenance dose: 1 tablet / time x 4 times / day The drug can be adjusted. according to the medical condition and the adaptability of the drug.
In addition, the above dose may or may not be correct for many patients, because it depends on the age and health status of each person.
Brotilase should be taken with filtered water and not green tea, soft drinks, carbonated drinks to take the medicine.
3. Side effects of Brotilase
During the use of Brotilase, you may experience some symptoms such as: diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, sometimes bleeding such as inflammation and bleeding.... side effects of drugs. However, according to the assessment, the cases of experiencing side effects from the drug are usually not many, mainly appearing in people with sensitive terrain and drug abuse. The majority of patients found the treatment to be safe and effective.
The above are not all the side effects that patients may experience when taking the drug, depending on the location of each person, the side effects may be different. It is important that you talk to your doctor or pharmacist about all of the above symptoms in order to receive appropriate advice.
To minimize side effects, patients should note the following:
Need to inform your doctor if you have or have a history of blood clotting disorders, liver disease, severe kidney disease. The drug should be taken at the same time of day for the best therapeutic effect. Inform your doctor about all prescription, nonprescription, and complementary medicines you are taking to avoid drug interactions or cross-reactions between medications.
4. Those who are careful when using Brotilase
It is recommended that the following people should not use Brotilase:
Children currently do not have information on whether to take the drug Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not take the drug during this time, unless prescribed by a medical professional. Because the use of drugs during pregnancy or breast-feeding always carries more risks than benefits. People who are hypersensitive or sensitive to the drug should not use it because it can cause side effects.
5. Handling overdose and missed doses
When overdose, the patient may appear nausea, dizziness ... although the overdose is not life-threatening, however, the patient should still monitor their health during this time and necessary, should go to the nearest medical facility to be checked.
If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember, if it's been less than 2 hours. If it is almost time for the next missed dose, skip the missed dose and do not need to make up for the missed dose.
Above is the explanation of what Brotilase is, patients should carefully read the instructions before using the drug and follow what has been indicated to achieve the best effect.