"Vetoron for children" - use and contraindications

"Vetoron for children" is available in the form of tablets, which can be packaged in plastic jars as well as in cell containers. This drug is used in the treatment of bronchial asthma, as well as with pulmonary emphysema and chronic obstructive bronchitis. In combination with other medicines, "Vetoron" is used in the edematic syndrome of renal genesis, hypertension.

"Vetoron for children" - instruction

Taking this medication, it is necessary to drink it with a large amount of any liquid."Vetoron" is accepted for children twice a day, with the onset of seizures, which usually happen in the morning and evening hours. The interval between doses should be about 12 hours. It is necessary to start taking the drug with the lowest doses. Gradually, they need to be increased until the desired result is obtained. If, suddenly, during the reception of the "Vetoron for Children" medication you notice that the child's organism does not tolerate it well, the dose of the drug should be reduced. Dosage will depend on the age, general condition and body weight of the patient. If it is necessary to take Vetoron for children in large doses, periodic monitoring of theophylline in the blood should be carried out. The full effect of the drug appears only after 3-4 days of regular use.

Possible Side Effects of Vetoron

They may show neurological symptoms, which is manifested by the appearance of headaches, as well as dizziness. Insomnia is also possible, which leads to increased excitability and irritability. In some cases, there is tachycardia, a slight decrease in blood pressure, arrhythmia, cardialgia. The digestive system can also malfunction in the form of the appearance of nausea and vomiting, possibly exacerbation of peptic ulcer, decreased appetite and diarrhea. Allergic reactions are manifested in the form of rash, skin itch and fever. Side effect of this drug may be chest pain, hematuria, albuminuria, increased diuresis, sensation of hot flashes to the face. All of the above phenomena are reduced immediately after the dose of the drug is reduced.

Signs of an overdose of

When an overdose of "Vetoron-E for children" occurs, there is a clear decrease in appetite in a child, there is diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. There may be gastrointestinal bleeding and tachycardia, increased motor activity, photophobia, convulsions and insomnia. If a large overdose is allowed and severe poisoning has occurred, convulsive seizures, metabolic acidosis, confusion, renal insufficiency and lowering of blood pressure may develop.

If there are signs of an overdose, stop immediately taking this medication and rinsing the stomach immediately. It is also necessary to take activated charcoal and laxatives. In severe cases, intestinal washing, plasmosorption, hemosorption, hemodialysis and symptomatic therapy are performed. If a patient has convulsions, it is necessary to closely monitor the patency of the respiratory tract and constantly maintain it.

Contraindications for taking Vetorona

These contraindications are the increased sensitivity of the rheenic organism to the components of the drug, namely, to theobromine caffeine, pentoxifylline, the presence of epilepsy in the patient and peptic ulcer of the stomach or duodenum, which are in the stage of exacerbation. Also contraindications are gastritis in a patient, severe forms of tachyarrhythmia, bleeding in the retina of the eye, bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract.