• Camylofin is an antimuscarinic drug that also causes direct smooth muscle relaxation.
Camylofin is used for the treatment of a migraine, pancreatitis (pancreas inflammation), dysmenorrhea (painful periods, or menstrual cramps), spasm pain, inflammation, biliary colic (when a gallstone temporarily blocks the bile duct) or renal colic (abdominal pain caused by kidney stones).
• Camylofin is contraindicated in patients with narrow-angle glaucoma (optic nerve damage due to sudden high eye pressure), prostatic hypertrophy (enlargement of prostate gland causing difficulty with urination) or urinary retention or constipation, heart problems, pregnancy and breastfeeding.
• The recommended adult dosage for camylofin:
Tablet: 25mg up to three times a day
Injection: 25mg/1ml; 25mg up to three times a day by intramuscular or intravenous injection
• It is also available as dry syrup and oral drops.
• It should be administered orally or by injection every 8 hours as needed.
• Cardiovascular: Palpitations, abnormal heart rate and / or rhythm
• Digestive tract: Dry mouth, constipation
• Eye: Blurring of vision due to dilatation of pupil and/ or loss of accommodation
• Others: Flushing (sense of warmth in the face, ears, neck, and trunk), dry skin, excessive thirst, dry mouth, skin reactions
• Camylofin must be taken with caution by patients with thyrotoxicosis, obstructive pulmonary disease, kidney or liver disease, and in the elderly.
• Camylofin should not be used in patients taking amantadine, quinidine and tricyclic antidepressants.
• It should be avoided with other drugs with anti-muscarinic activity.
• Camylofin should be stored at room temperature, unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer.
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