Instructions for use Xymelin
active substance Xymelin - xylometazoline.It is able to constrict the blood vessels in the nasal mucosa, eliminating redness and swelling, facilitating nasal breathing.The formulation additionally includes Xymelin Extra ipratropium bromide, so that the action of the drug strengthened: ipratropium bromide reduces the secretion of nasal glands.
Action Xymelin appears a few minutes later, the therapeutic effect of the drug is maintained for 10-12 hours.Extra Xymelin remains in effect for 6-8 hours.The drug is prescribed for acute respiratory diseases with rhinitis, sinusitis, acute allergic rhinitis, otitis media for the removal of nasal congestion, hay fever, Eustace, preparation of the sinuses to manipulation during diagnosis.
Xymelin for intranasal use (in the nose).Before using the Xymelin can not be used for longer than a week, and more than three times a day.
Xymelin children 0.05% (drops and sprays) prescribed for children aged two to six years.One or two drops of the preparation is dropped into each nostril once or twice a day.Xymelin Spray is used once or twice a day for one injection into each nasal passage.Extra Xymelin used in adults 1 injection one to three times a day.
Xymelin Contraindications, side effects of the drug
Xymelin not prescribed to patients with hypertension, tachycardia, atrophic rhinitis, strong atherosclerosis, hyperthyroidism, glaucoma, hypersensitivity to the drug.Xymelin 0.01% can not be used in children younger than six years old, and Xymelin children - children under the age of two years. Xymelin used with caution in pregnant and lactating women, in patients with diabetes.
Xymelin usually well tolerated, but long-term use can cause irritation and dryness of the nose and throat, burning, stinging, sneezing, increased secretion, edema.During the application Xymelin may receive the following side effects: headache, dizziness, sleep disorders, visual impairment, emotional instability, arrhythmia, hypertension, tachycardia, vomiting, angioneurotic edema, epistaxis, rhinorrhea.