Mucinac 600 is primarily a mucus-thinning agent and is used in the treatment of a wide range disorder that is caused by the accumulation of mucus such as bronchitis and asthma. It is also used as an antidote against Paracetamol overdosing.
|Uses||Paracetamol poisoning, bronchitis and dry eye syndrome|
Nausea and vomiting, lowering of blood pressure, fever
|Precautions||Pregnancy and breastfeeding|
Mucinac 600 is manufactured by Cipla pharmaceuticals. It is available in the form of pills that should be orally administered, and in the form of an injection that should be administered intravenously.
Mucinac 600 is a mucolytic medicine that is used for decreasing the thickness of the mucus, thus making it easier to cough out. This medicine helps in clearing out the air passages and making it easier to breathe.
Some of the common side effects of this drug include:
If the patient observes any of the above-mentioned side effects after administering the medicine, they should immediately consult a doctor. Usually, mild side effects subside with time. However, no matter the severity of the side effects, doctor’s consultation is advised.
The dosage of Mucinac 600 depends on the type of condition for which it is used. It is an effervescent tablet, that is, it has to be dissolved in a glass of water and then taken orally.
Doctors usually prescribe a dose of 600 mg of this medicine to adults and children above 4 years of age, per day, to be taken either once a day as a single dose, or thrice a day (200 mg x 3) till the end of the course of the medication.
Mucinac 600 is a mucolytic agent that reduces the thickness of the phlegm.
The primary ingredient of this drug is Acetylcysteine.
Mucinac 600 is a mucolytic agent that is used to reduce the thickness of phlegm. It provides relief from chest congestion caused by thick mucus secretion in patients suffering from lung diseases such as bronchitis.
It is prescribed in the following conditions:
Mucinac 600 should be taken in the exact dose and duration as prescribed by the doctor. As it is an effervescent tablet, it should be dissolved in a glass of water. It should be taken with or without food, but it is better to take it at a fixed time.
Mucinac 600 is a mucolytic medicine that works by thinning the phlegm, making it easier to cough out. This medicine helps in clearing the air passage and makes breathing easier. It neutralizes the poisonous effect caused by paracetamol. Its ingredient acetylcysteine works by reducing the viscosity of mucus present in the airways.
Following are the various warnings and precautions related to the consumption of Mucinac 600:
Mucinac 600 should not be consumed by pregnant women as it may cause some unwanted side effects.
Taking medicine along with Mucinac 600 can make it less effective or make a patient more susceptible to the side effects caused by this medicine. Therefore, doctors must have complete knowledge of all the medicines taken by the patient.
Here is a list of the drugs that might interact adversely with Mucinac 600:
There are a number of substitutes available in the market for Mucinac 600 which has the same composition and nature as that of Mucinac 600. Some of the available substitutes of Mucinac 600 are mentioned below:
The following are the variants of this medicine:
Taking two or more medicines may change the effect of medicine or increase the risk of side-effects. Mentioned below are some of the medicines that should not be taken with Mucinac 600, they are:
Patients should inform their doctor about all the medicines and herbal supplements they are using in order to minimize the risk of drug interaction.
Mucinac 600 should be stored at room temperature, away from direct heat and light. The medicine should not be frozen unless it is mentioned in the packaging. It is advised to keep the medicine away from the reach of children and pets.
This medicine can be consumed before or after meals, but it should be administered at a fixed time to avoid missing of dose or over dose.
Ans: Yes, Mucinac 600 is a mucolytic agent and is commonly used to treat symptoms associated with common cold and flu. A patient is likely to observe an improvement in their condition within a week of administering the medicine.
Ans: Dizziness and lowering of blood pressure are some of the side effects caused by this medicine. Therefore, patients are advised to refrain from driving or operating heavy machinery if they feel dizzy or drowsy after taking this medicine.
Ans: Yes, you can take Ranitidine with Mucinac 600. No drug interactions have been reported between these two medicines. However, if you notice any undesirable side effects, it is advised consult a doctor right away.
Ans: No, this medicine does not cause weight gain. However, if you experience an unusual weight gain then it may be due to some other medical reason. Therefore, it is advised to consult your doctor in case of witnessing an unexplained weight gain.
Ans: Mucinac 600 is a mucolytic agent that works by thinning the phlegm, thus making it easier to cough out. It helps in clearing the air passages by allowing the patients to breathe. It is also helpful in treating symptoms associated with bronchitis.
Ans: Yes, the consumption of Mucinac 600 is probably safe to be consumed by breastfeeding mothers. It is advised to consult a doctor before starting the course of the medication.
Ans: In case of a missed dose, you must take it as soon as possible. However, if it is time for the next dose, the missed dose must be skipped. Under no circumstances should you consume a double dose of this medicine.
Ans: No, Mucinac 600 is not a steroid. It is a mucolytic agent. The medicine contains acetylcysteine which is used in treating paracetamol poisoning.
Ans: For excessive mucus, this medicine should be taken once in a day or as prescribed by the doctor. It is advisable to take this medicine only under medical supervision. Self-medication of this medicine may lead to adverse effects.
Ans: Yes, Mucinac 600 is safe to use if administered in the prescribed amount and duration as advised by the doctor. However, certain side effects have been associated with this medicine such as nausea and rashes.
Ans: Yes, this medicine can cause hypotension. If you are experiencing symptoms associated with hypotension such as lightheadedness and blurred vision after taking this medicine, consult your doctor immediately.
Ans: There are some unwanted side effects associated with the consumption of Mucinac 600. Mentioned below are some of the side effects caused by this medicine:
These side effects are possible, but they do not always occur. It is advised to consult your doctor if you observe any such side effects.
Ans: One should take the following precautions while administering the medicine:
Ans: A person suffering from the following medical conditions is not recommended to administer Mucinac 600:
Ans: Yes, it is safe to take Ibuprofen with Mucinac 600. No harmful drug interactions have been reported after taking this combination.
Ans: Mucinac 600 is safe to use by patients suffering from kidney and liver disease. It is advised to consult your doctor.
Ans: Yes, Mucinac 600 causes nausea and vomiting. These are rare, but possible side effects caused by this medicine. In this case, it is suggested that patients should consult a doctor.
Ans: Mucinac 600 should be used with caution under the following medical conditions:
Ans: Yes, Mucinac 600 may cause fever, which is rare but a possible side effect of this medicine. If you are experiencing fever after taking this medicine then you should discuss it with your doctor.
Ans: No, this medicine should not be discontinued without doctor’s advice. Even if you are experiencing improvement in your conditions after taking this medicine, it is important to complete the course of the medicine. Stopping the course of the medicine may result in reoccurrence of the symptoms.
Ans: The interaction caused by this medicine is not known. It is advised to consult a doctor before alcohol consumption.
Ans: No, this medicine is not addictive in nature. Any medicine that has tendency for substance abuse is categorized under schedule H or X in India by the government. The package of the medicine should be read before starting the course of the medicine.
Ans: Doctors usually prescribe a dose of 600 mg of this medicine to adults. Children who are above 4 years of age are advised to consume single dose of the medicine once day or thrice a day until the course of the medicine is complete.
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