Description of medicine: Butamirate (Butamirate)
Butamirate (Butamirate). 2- (2 (Diethylamino) ethoxyethyl ester of 2-phenylbutyric acid.
Available as citrate.
Synonyms: Intussin, Sinecode, Stoptussin, Brospamin, Codesin, Intussin, Sincodin, Sincodix, Sinecod, Stoptussin, etc.
The structure has elements of similarity with aprofen, etocin.
It has an antitussive, moderate bronchodilator, expectorant and anti-inflammatory effect.
Used for acute and chronic cough. Assign inside in the form of dragees, drops or syrup.
Dragees usually contain 0.005 g (5 mg) butyrate citrate, dragees of prolonged action - 20 mg; 10 ml drops contain 10 or 20 mg of the drug; 100 ml of syrup - 40 mg.
Assign to adults inside. Take (without chewing) 1 tablet of prolonged action 2 times a day (morning and evening) or 10 to 20 drops 3 times a day; children - 5 to 10 drops 3 times a day. Syrup is given to children 1 teaspoon 3-5 times a day.
You can use the drug in the form of conventional tablets of 5 mg 3-4 times a day.
You should not prescribe the drug to children under 12 years of age.