Introduction to Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml

Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml is a combination drug effective in the treatment of cough.

  • It promotes the thinning of mucus in the nose, lungs, and windpipe making it easier to expel out the cough. 
  • It provides relief from symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, and itching. 

How Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml Works?

Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml is a combination of Salbutamol and Bromhexine. Salbutamol widens the airways by dilating the bronchioles and relaxing the muscles present in the airways. Bromhexine is a mucolytic agent that loosens and thins mucus in the Airways and makes it easier to cough up and clear.

How To Use Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml

  • Read the label carefully before taking the medicine.
  • Take the dose advised by the doctor and follow the suggested duration.
  • Take this medicine orally and measure the dose using a measuring cup.
  • Shake well before using.
  • This food can be taken before or after eating.

Special Precautions About Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml

  • If you have any allergy to the content of medicine, inform your doctor.
  • If you have any medical conditions inform your doctor.
  • Avoid alcohol during this medication it may increase effect of drowsiness and dizziness.

Benefits Of Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml

  • To get relief from bronchospasm.
  • Eases breathing
  • Decrease mucus production as well as facilitates expectoration.
  • Provide a shooting effect to the throat and reduce coughing.
  • Get symptomatic relief from various respiratory conditions.

Side Effects Of Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml

  • nausea
  • indigestion
  • bloating
  • diarrhea
  • headache
  • palpitations
  • sweating
  • tremor
  • muscle cramps
  • skin rash
  • increased heart rate

What If I Missed A Dose Of Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml

  • Take the missed dose as soon as remember. 
  • Continue with the regular dosing schedule if it is almost time for the next dose. 
  • Never double the dose to make up the missed one.

Safety Advice For Mucolinc Expectorant 100ml

check for risk indication explain below.

  • High risk
  • Moderate risk
  • Safe

Liver

Liver patients should be cautious while using Mucolinc Expectorant; dose adjustment may be required.

Kidney

Kidney patients should be cautious while using Mucolinc Expectorant; dose adjustment may be required.

Alcohol

There is no information available regarding interaction of Mucolinc Expectorant with Alcohol, it is advised to consult a doctor.

Driving

Mucolinc Expectorant may induce sleepy and dizzy effect so it is better to not drive until you are alert enough.

Pregnancy

It may be unsafe to use Mucolinc Expectorant during pregnancy. You can consult a doctor.

Breast feeding

There is no information available regarding the safety of Mucolinc Expectorant while breastfeeding, it is advised to consult a doctor.

Liver

Liver patients should be cautious while using Mucolinc Expectorant; dose adjustment may be required.

Kidney

Kidney patients should be cautious while using Mucolinc Expectorant; dose adjustment may be required.

Alcohol

There is no information available regarding interaction of Mucolinc Expectorant with Alcohol, it is advised to consult a doctor.

Driving

Mucolinc Expectorant may induce sleepy and dizzy effect so it is better to not drive until you are alert enough.

Pregnancy

It may be unsafe to use Mucolinc Expectorant during pregnancy. You can consult a doctor.

Breast feeding

There is no information available regarding the safety of Mucolinc Expectorant while breastfeeding, it is advised to consult a doctor.

Health And Lifestyle

Proper rest and sleep is necessary to recover fast. Maintenance of hygiene, covering nose and mouth while sneezing or coughing, taking a healthy diet and drinking plenty of water are some other things that should be taken care of.

Drug Interaction

  • Beta blocker- Metoprolol
  • Antidepressants- Fluoxetine, Sertraline.
  • Other bronchodilators

DRUG FOOD INTERACTION

  • Alcohol

Disease Explanation

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Cough refers to the increased production of mucus or phlegm in the airways, often caused by dust, smoke, infections, or cold.

Update on: Wednesday, 5 June, 2024

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Written By:

Rakshita Garg