Avil TabletsFitness Equipment
Availability- Avil 25mg, Avil 50mg and Avil 15mg/ml (syrup)
Active ingredients- Pheniramine
Pheniramine or Avil Tablet is an anti histamine drug which works by inhibiting the act of histamine, which assista ease indications such as sneezing and watery eyes.
Alleviating reactions associated to sneezing and runny nose owing to colds, upper respiratory tract infections, and allergies.
Avil (Pheniramine) is normally used together with supplementary drugs, rather than used individually, even though some medications are useable with pheniramine only. Avil tablets are marketed by the pharmaceutical company Aventis.
Pheniramine (Avil) is an alkylamine derived with histamine H1receptor adversary actions. It also has anti cholinergic and temperate tranquilizing effects.
15 to 20 mins (when used orally).
Avil Tablets is readily immersed from the GI tract. Max plasma absorptions in 1-2.5 hours.
Avil Tablets are metabolized to N-didesmethylpheniramine and N-desmethylpheniramine.
it is discharged via urine (as unaffected medication and metabolites). Deadly half-life: 8 to17 hrs (IV pheniramine maleate); 16 to19 hrs (used orally).
Avil Adverse Reactions
Pheniramine Side Effects
Sedation, allergic reactions. Dizziness, Lassitude, tinnitus, failure to focus, in harmonization, tetchiness, sleep disorders (insomnia), tremor and convulsions. Nausea, diarrhea, headache, vomiting, urinary retention, epigastric pain colic, Blurred vision, muscle weakness, amplified intraocular pressure, dryness of mouth, Palpitations, anorexia, and constipation. In case any such Avil side effects occur and become troublesome, stop using the drug and seek for immediate medical help.
Rare side effects- blood dyscrasias e.g. haemolytic anemia and agranulocytosis. Ophthalmic: eye redness when used excessively, for the short term inflamed pupils.
These may not be the complete list of side effects associated to Avil tablets, for additional queries, consult your family doctor or a general physician.
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May weaken capability to drive or control heavy machinery. Has prospective for misuse. Asthma, Narrow angle glaucoma, or acute CV disease. Antiemetic actions may camouflage symptoms of other ailments. Pregnancy as well as during lactation. Aged patients.
Other Drug Interactions
May camouflage ototoxicity generated by aminoglycoside antibiotics.
Potentially Fatal: Potentiating of CNS dejection by alcohol, opioids, sedatives, barbiturates, narcoleptics, and hypnotics. May boost antimuscarinic outcome of atropine, TCAs and MAOIs.