Carmicide Peadiatric Liquid 100ml
Carmicide Peadiatric Liquid 100ml Description
Carmicide Paed liquid acts as an effective carminative that aids in good digestion, removing flatulence, colic pain, etc. This medicine is specially designed for use in children and should be used un
der adult’s supervision. Carmicide Paed liquid is a combination of different active ingredients namely, sodium citrate, citric acid, ginger oil, cinnamon oil, caraway oil, clove oil, alcohol content. It keeps the blood and urine alkaline or less acidic. Thus, also helps in preventing kidney stones. It should be used in the exact dosage prescribed by the doctor. Do not change or modify the dose on your own. Before giving this medicine to your child, inform the doctor if your child is on a low salt diet or undergoing any other treatments, over-the-counter medications (that you buy without a prescription) and herbal preparations. Do not give any other medicine containing aluminium hydroxide or antacid along with the Carmicide Paed liquid. Keep a gap of at least two hours between the doses.
Uses of Carmicide Peadiatric Liquid 100ml
Precautions and Warnings of Carmicide Peadiatric Liquid 100ml
Other General Warnings
- Your child has any pre-existing health condition such as kidney problems, dehydration, high potassium level, heart diseases, etc.
- Your child is taking other medications, supplements or following complementary or integrative health approaches.
- Your child is allergic to any ingredient of the Carmicide Paed liquid, avoid taking it.
- Concomitant use of antacid or medicine containing aluminium hydroxide should be avoided.
- Your child is on a low salt diet.
- Keep the baby hydrated.
Ingredients and Benefits of Carmicide Peadiatric Liquid 100ml
- Sodium citrate and the citric acid combination helps make your urine less acidic or alkaline. Also called a urinary alkalizer to prevent kidney stones.
- It contains a combination of essential oils such as cardamom oil, cinnamon oil, ginger oil, caraway oil. These oils have antispasmodic, carminative, digestive and laxative properties. It helps in improving digestion, relieves spasms in the stomach and intestine....
Directions for Use of Carmicide Peadiatric Liquid 100ml
- Carmicide Paed liquid should be used as directed by the physician.
- Shake it well before use.
- It should preferably be given at bedtime or after meals as directed by the paediatrician.
- Measure the liquid dose carefully and give the exact dose to the child.
Storage and disposal of Carmicide Peadiatric Liquid 100ml
- Store it at a cool and dry place, protected from direct sunlight, moisture and heat.
- Keep the container tightly closed.
- Keep it away from children and pets.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Is there any side effect of Carmicide Paed liquid?
Q: What precautions should I take before giving this to my child?
- Please notify your doctor if your child has kidney or any other health condition.
- If your child is on low salt diet.
Q: Can I give other medicines along with Carmicide Paed liquid?
- Certain medicines can interfere with the action of Carmicide Paed liquid if, taken at the same time. Always inform your doctor about all the medicine you are taking, that includes all prescribed or non-prescribed herbal medicines, dietary supplements as well as other treatment if you are taking for any disorder. ...
- In particular, if your child is already on certain medicines like antacids, other medicines containing aluminum hydroxide, antibiotics, psychiatric medicines etc.
Q: Is Carmicide liquid good for digestion?
Q: Is Carmicide good for gas?
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