Generic Name: Paracetamol
Product Name: Panadol
- Indication of Panadol
- Action of Panadol
- Dose advice of Panadol
- Schedule of Panadol
- Common side effects of Panadol
- Uncommon side effects of Panadol
Indication of Panadol:Panadol contains paracetamol and is used for fast, effective, temporary relief of pain and discomfort associated with:
Action of Panadol:Panadol is a medicine exerts analgesic (reduces pain) and antipyretic (reduces fever) activity, but does not possess anti-inflammatory activity.
Dose advice of Panadol:Panadol comes in many different formulations, such as Panadol Tablets, Panadol Caplets, Panadol Gel Caps Tablets, Panadol Soluble Tablets, Panadol Mini Caps Tablets, Panadol Rapid Caplets, Children's Panadol 6 Months-5 Years Suppositories, Children's Panadol 5-12 Years Suppositories, and Panadol Children 10-12 Years + Adult Suppositories. As a result dosing should comply with directions on the packet. Dosage can be taken with or without food. Panadol Tablets, Caplets and Panadol Soluble:
Schedule of Panadol:Packs of 24 or less: unscheduled.Packs larger than 24: S2Suppositories: 125mg and 250mg 20?s S2, 500mg 24's S2
Common side effects of Panadol:None.
Uncommon side effects of Panadol:Side effects are rare. You may experience nausea, indigestion, allergic reactions or blood disorders.
Diseases treated by Panadol:
- Cervical Root Disorders (Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy and Radiculopathy)
- Dental Pain
- Hip Adductor Strain (Groin Strain) (Groin Strain)
- Polycystic kidney disease (PKD)
- Somatoform disorders (Briquet's syndrome)
- Tension headache
Symptoms associated with Panadol:
For further information talk to your doctor.
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