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Medication Description: Tusuprex

Tusuprex (Tusuprex).

Citrate, a, a - diethylamino-ethoxyethyl diethylphenylacetic acid.

Synonyms: Antusel, Aplacol, Dorex-retard, Ethochlon, Hihustan, Neobex, Neusedan, Oxeladin citrat, Oxethamol, Paxeladine, Pectamol, Pectamon, Pectussil, Silopentol, Toxedin, Tussilisin, Tussimol, etc.

The chemical structure has elements similar to esthocin (see). It has antitussive action, slowing down the central link of the cough reflex, without inhibiting the respiratory center. Does not cause the phenomena of painful addiction (drug addiction).

Assign inside: adults at 0.01-0.02 g (10-20 mg), 3-4 times a day; for children, depending on their age, from 0.005 to 0.01 g (5 to 10 mg) 3 to 4 times a day (regardless of the meal time).

Form release: tablets containing 10 or 20 mg of the drug, coated pink, in a package of 30 and 250 pieces.