Upper Respiratory infection treatment for children & Adult
Pharmaceutical Group: Herbal Medicine
Dosage Form: Syrup & Tablet
Pelargonium sidoides, a South African plant belonging to the Pelargonium genus, was first identified in Germany in 1972. As time went by, modern medical research discovered many of the numerous mechanisms of action of this unique plant extract.
The active drug substance contained in Peliom is dry root extract of the herb.
INTRODUCTION TO ACUTE UPPER RESPIRATORY
Acute upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) are the most common diseases treated in general and pediatric primary care practice and affect all age groups, particularly during the winter months.
the Common cold and Sinusitis such as:
Sore throat, Cough and Blocked or runny nose
SYRUP: Bottle of 120 ml syrup
Tablet: Box of 30 F.C. Tablets
Under 6 years of age: 1.5-3 ml of the syrup three times per day.
6-12 years of age: 5 ml of the syrup three times per day
Over 12 years of age: 5-10 ml of the syrup three times per day.
Adult: 1 Tab three times per day
In order to prevent a relapse, continue the treatment a further 2 – 3 days after relief of symptoms treatment duration should not exceed 2 weeks.
Interaction with other medicinal products and other forms of interaction
However drug interactions have not been reported to date, since the drug can affect coagulation factors, coagulation inhibiting effect shall be considered when Anticoagulants are administered together.
Special warnings and precautions
A doctor or a qualified health care practitioner should be consulted if:
Pregnancy and lactation
Safety during pregnancy and lactation has not been established. The use during pregnancy and lactation is not recommended.