Each 5 g. (sachet) Contains:-
- Active ingredients:
- Piperazine Citrate ------------ 0.1408 g. ( Eq. To 0.128 g .Piperazine Hydrate )
- Colchicine Crystals ---------- 0.3 mg.
- Atropine Sulphate ------------ 0.128 mg.
- Inactive Ingredients: Sod.Bicarbonate, Citric acid anhy., Tartaric acid, P.V. P, Lemon oil, Sucrose.
- Urosolvine contains a typical uricosuric agent that promotes the urinary excretion of uric acid and thereby
lower serum uric acid concentration.
- Sodium citrate is an alkalinising agent since the citrate is converted into bicarbonate; alkaline urine is definitely more suitable for the excretion of urates in a more soluble form.
- Acute and chronic gout.
- Gouty arthritis.
- For prophylaxis against urinary lithiasis ( urate stones).
Dosage and Administration:-
Dissolve the contents of one packet in a half glass of water before meals 3 times daily or as prescribed by the physician.
- Known hypersensitivity to any of the components of the drug.
- Blood dyscrasias.
- Acute dehydration, anuria or hyperkalemia.
Occasionally nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea may occur.
Pregnancy and Lactation:-
- Contraindicated in pregnant women.
- It is unknown if drug appears in breast milk.
Precautions and Warning:-
Used with caution: in patients with serious GIT, renal, hepatic, and cardiovascular disorders, in children, geriatrics, debilitated patients and nursing women.
Package and Storage:-
- Box of 12 SachetsX 5 g. and leaflet.
- Store below 25 ºC in a dry place.
Instruction to Patients:-
- Reduce dosage if vomiting or diarrhea occurs.
- Keep out of reach of children.
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