1 ml of syrup contains 50 mg of inosine pranębeksu (a complex containing inosine, and 4-2-acetamidobenzoesan hydroksypropylodlmetyloamoniowy at a molar ratio of 1: 3). The other ingredients are: methyl parahydroxybenzoate [E 218] propyl parahydroxybenzoate [E 216], sucrose, citric acid monohydrate, sodium hydroxide, liquid orange flavor, purified water.
Eloprine syrup is a medicinal product that works on the basis of inosine Pranobex. This component is responsible for the effective protection of the body against viruses. Prevents infections caused by these microorganisms (eg. Influenza), while increasing the resistance. Eloprine is in the form of syrup intended for oral use.
- Hypersensitivity to the active components of the preparation
- the current gout
- use in children below 12 months of age
It is recommended to use the product in children over 12 months of age, adolescents and adults with reduced immunity, especially when reemisyjnych upper respiratory tract infections (caused by viruses).
For oral use. In adults, use 50 mg / kg mc./24h (1 ml / 1 kg of body weight / 24h), generally 3 g / 24h (i.e., 60 ml of syrup) administered 3-4 times daily divisible. Do not use more than 4 g of inosine Pranobex a day (or 80 mL syrup / 24h). Children above the age of 12 months is usually given 50 mg / kg mc./24h (1 ml / 1 kg of body weight / 24h) in 3-4 equally divided doses throughout the day.