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ABROFYL (Acebrophylline) Drug Price and Information

Acebrophylline (ABROFYL) is prescribed to reduce the irritation, swelling, and narrowing of the bronchial tubes in patients with asthma, severe or chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)and tightness of the chest.
It helps in reducing the viscosity of the mucus in the airway and facilitates breathing.  

ABROFYL

  Tablet
Alkem Laboratories Ltd.
Generic : Acebrophylline
 47.00
100mg
10
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Drug information on ABROFYL (Acebrophylline) from Alkem Laboratories Ltd.

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Drug Name : Acebrophylline

Acebrophylline is prescribed to reduce the irritation, swelling, and narrowing of the bronchial tubes in patients with asthma, severe bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)and tightness of the chest. It helps in reducing the viscosity of the mucus in the airway and facilitates breathing.
More Info about Acebrophylline

Last Updated on Jan 31, 2023
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Medical condition(s) for which ABROFYL may be prescribed

Asthma

Overview of ABROFYL

• Acebrophylline is used for its mucoregulative action and anti-inflammatory properties in the respiratory tract.

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Dosage & When it is to be taken (Indications)

• The recommended dosage for adults in treating COPD and bronchial asthma is 100 mg twice daily.

• Child dosage of acebrophylline syrup (50mg/5ml):

Below 2 years of age : 2.5 ml twice daily
2 - 5 years of age : 2.5ml three times daily
Above 5 years : 5 ml twice daily or as directed by the physician

Side effects of ABROFYL

Gastro-intestinal: Abdominal discomfort, esophageal bleeding, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite

Central Nervous System: Headache, drowsiness

Respiratory: Difficulty or shortness in breathing

Skin: Rashes, itching

Others: Fever with chills, elevated white blood cell count, changes in blood pressure, numbness in the arm

How to use ABROFYL?

• Acebrophylline is available in the form of a capsule, tablet and syrup.
• This drug should be taken orally with food to avoid gastric discomfort.

When Should ABROFYL not be taken? (Contraindications)

Contraindicated in patients in:

• Allergy to xanthine derivatives and ambroxol
• Low blood pressure or heart attack or abnormal heart rhythms
• Liver or kidney impairment

Warnings and Precautions for ABROFYL

Special precautions should be observed in patients suffering from seizures, cardiac insufficiency and gastro-intestinal disorders.

Acebrophylline-induced angioedema , a serious allergic reaction, could occur

Caution is advised in patients with hyperthyroidism, that is, high thyroid hormone levels since it can cause cardiac side effects

Other Precautions for ABROFYL

• Avoid excess dosage.

Drug Interactions of ABROFYL

Acebrophylline could be involved in the following drug interactions:

• Plasma concentration of acebrophylline may be increased with the concomitant administration of drugs like quinolones, cimetidine, erythromycin, oxytetracycline, lincomycin, and cephalexin
• Interaction with reserpine results in an increase in heart rate. Reserpine though, is rarely used nowadays
• Barbiturates such as phenytoin may reduce the plasma concentration and therefore the effectiveness of acebrophylline
• Concomitant use with frusemide increases diuresis, as a result of which the patient will have to pass urine more often
• Acebrophylline can worsen low blood potassium levels caused by drugs like steroids

Storage Conditions for ABROFYL

• Store in a cool, dry place. Protect from heat and moisture.
• Keep away from the reach of children.



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