Zerodol P Tablet is a combination medicine. It belongs to the category of NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) and can also be used as antipyretic (to reduce fever) and analgesic (as a painkiller).
|Nature of Zerodol P Tablet:||Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs|
|Composition of Zerodol P Tablet:||Paracetamol & Aceclofenac|
|Uses of Zerodol P Tablet:||Fever, Dental pain, gout, Spondylitis|
|Side effects of Zerodol P Tablet:||Nausea, Constipation, heartburn|
|Precautions:||People suffering from kidney disease, heart disease and peptic ulcer should avoid the medicine. Similarly, people with high blood pressure, or those taking diuretics should avoid the medicine.|
Zerodol-P Tablet is manufactured by Ipca laboratories private limited and is not an over-the-counter medicine. A medical professional should be consulted before the consumption of the medicine in any circumstance. The Zerodol P Tablet is prescribed for arthritis, muscle pain, joint pain due to fever, headache, stomach cramps, and inflammatory pain etc. Zerodol P Tablet constitutes of Aceclofenac and Paracetamol that are both known for their anti-inflammatory property. Zerodol-P Tablet helps relieve muscle pain and inflammation in the joints. Generally, safer substitutes of Aceclofenac such Ibuprofen are preferred these days for pain management.
Zerodol-P Tablet is an antipyretic (reduces fever), analgesic (painkiller), and NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine) and its various uses include relief from:
Even though there are multiple uses for Zerodol-P medicine, one must consult a doctor before taking Zerodol-P Tablet.
Some of the common side effects that are associated, but not restricted to, with Zerodol-P Tablet include:
These are some of the symptoms, but they are quite rare. In case, one experiences any of the above symptoms, one must consult a doctor right away. Apart from the symptoms mentioned above, doctor should be reported in case the patients feel any discomfort after consuming the Zerodol-P medicine.
The Zerodol-P Tablet should be taken as prescribed by the doctor. It should be taken with food or immediately after taking the meal. In case if the patient experience any unwanted side effects, he or she should consult the doctor right away. Patients should ensure that they should take the medicine till the completion of the medical treatment.
The patient should not consume the Zerodol-P Tablet in larger or smaller quanitities. Also, the medicine should not be crushed or chewed, but should be taken orally. Patients should be cautious while consuming the medicine, they should not crush or chew the extended-release tablets as it can release the entire medicine at a single time by increasing the chances of side effects.
Zerodol-P Tablet must be prescribed by the doctor and the dosage must be strictly followed by the patient.
Zerodol-P 100 mg Tablet - RS 30.96 per strip of 10 tablets
The composition of Zerodol-P Tablet is as follows:
The Zerodol-P Tablet is available in the following variants:
Zerodol-P Tablet is manufactured by combining Paracetamol (analgesic and antipyretic property) and Aceclofenac (Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory property). These ingredients together inhibit the synthesis of cyclo-oxygenase (COX) which further blocks the production of prostaglandin. Prostaglandin is the agent which causes pain and inflammation.
Blocking the production of enzymes helps to relieve from inflammation and pain.
The antipyretic and analgesic property of Paracetamol elevates the pain threshold and regulates blood flow across the skin resulting in heat loss and sweating.
Thus, Zerodol-P Tablet helps to relieve fever, pain, inflammation and joint pain.
Zerodol-P Tablet is mainly prescribed for treating conditions such as joint pain, fever and headache. Doctors mostly prescribe this medicine once or twice in a day. However, the dosage and frequency may depend on how severe the condition of the patient is.
1 teaspoonful of oral suspension of Zerodol-P Tablet contains 120mg or 250mg. While each mL of oral drops contains 100mg of Paracetamol.
It is suggested to store the medicine at room temperature between 15°- 30°C, away from sunlight and moisture. Try to keep the Zerodol-P Tablet at place where children cannot reach the medicine. Also, keep this medicine away from the reach of pets.
To avoid drug interactions or manage the dose, Zerodol P Tablet can be substituted with alternative options.
Hifenac P is a substitute and is stronger than Zerodol P Tablet since the percentage of paracetamol is higher.
Consuming more than one Zerodol P medicine at a time or mixing it with some specific food might cause some allergy and might put the person at a risk of drug interaction. It is advisable to check all the details before consuming the zerodol p medicine.
Below are list of items with which Zerodol P may interact.
In case of certain disease, the medicine might intensify the disease. It is always a good idea to share the medical history with a medical professional while consulting.
If required proper dose adjustment should be done or the medical professional should be asked to prescribe alternative of Zerodol P Tablet.
If Zerodol P Tablet is consumed and symptoms such as bleeding, chronic indigestion, ulceration, coffee colored dry blood in stools should be reported to a medical professional immediately.
Sometimes, consumption of more than one medicine at a time can nullify the effect of each other or cause some allergy which can intensify the present health condition. To be on the safe side, the instructions written on the leaflet should be read properly and the salts or compounds that can pose any risk to health should be avoided. The medical professional should also be informed about the ongoing medicines, if any, before prescribing Zerodol P Tablet.
Consuming alcohol along with tablet of Zerodol P can significantly increase the risk of stomach bleeding.Alcohol or ethanol in any form should be avoided to reduce the risk. Also, in case if an individual has consumed the medicine without the knowledge and experiencing coffee colored blood in stool or vomit then a doctor should be consulted immediately.
Ans: In case a dose of Zerodol P Tablet is missed then try and take one as soon as possible. However, if the time is closer to the next dose then skip the missed dose. However, be careful not to take a double dose.
Ans: In case, an overdose of the Zerodol P Tablet has been taken, then consult the doctor immediately as an overdose can have harmful side effects.
Ans: No, the medicine must not be taken with alcohol since the drug interaction may cause side effects and cause excessive calmness or drowsiness. For this reason, not more than a maximum of three tables must be consumed a day.
Ans: No, breastfeeding and pregnant women are advised against taking Zerodol P Tablet unless it has been prescribed by a gynecologist. The doctor may be inclined to prescribe alternative medicines.
Ans: If the medicine makes you sleepy, blurs the vision, or makes you drowsy then it is better to avoid driving as it can be unsafe.
Ans: If an expired dose of Zerodol P medicine is consumed; then one must visit the doctor immediately since it may be harmful.
Ans: To a certain extent this medicine can provide relief as it helps subside symptoms of cold, cough, and flu.
Ans: Yes, this medicine can provide relief from a toothache since it contains paracetamol.
Ans: No, the Zerodol P cannot provide relief for an upset stomach.
Ans: Yes, Zerodol P Tablet medicine can provide relief from migraines and headaches as it helps increase the body’s tolerance of pain.
Ans: No, it is not advised to take this medicine post-surgery. However, consult the doctor to review the case and prescribe a medicine accordingly.
Ans: A child specialist should be consulted before giving the medicine to children
A. These are no harmful interaction reported between Zerodol P Tablet and multivitamins. Yet a medical professional should be consulted before using both medicines at the same time.
Ans: Yes, it is safe to consume Zerodol P Tablet without food. Unlike, other NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) Zerodol P Tablet doesn’t irritate the lining of the stomach.
Ans: No, Zerodol P Tablet is not recommended for stomach pain as stomach pain can be a symptom of some underlying condition. If the stomach pain doesn’t subside within a day, a doctor should be consulted and the cause of the pain should be diagnosed.
Ans: No, Zerodol P Tablet is not recommended for back pain. However, any painkiller can be taken along with this tablet.
Ans: An antidote called as N-acetylcysteine is available which is used to relieve the poisoning due to Zerodol P Tablet. NAC should be taken within 8 hours of ingestion of Zerodol P Tablet.
However, the zerodol P medicine should not be consumed without consulting a medical professional.
Ans: No harmful effects are reported in case of using Zerodol P along with less sedative antihistamine drugs such as loratadine, cetirizine, etc. However, when taken with strong anti-histamine such as diphenhydramine, chlorpheniramine, etc. an individual may experience side effects such as drowsiness, sleepiness, etc.
Ans: Zerodol P Tablet is prescribed for the symptoms of cold and sore throat which include fever, headache, aching joints, etc. The tablet of Zerodol P doesn’t provide relief from cold, cough and stuffy nose.
Ans: The effect of the Zerodol P Tablet can be experienced within an hour of administration.
Ans: Zerodol P Tablet can cause some of the following side-effects:
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