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Solmux Broncho

Salbutamol + Carbocisteine

Brand Name, Dosage Format and Strength
Solmux Broncho  2 mg / 500 mg per 5 mL Suspension

Therapeutic Category
Respiratory System

Sub Therapeutic
Antiasthmatic and COPD Preparations, Cough and Cold Preparations

Corticosteroid, Anticholinergic, Beta2-Agonist, Leukotriene Inhibitor, Beta2-Agonist, Beta2-Agonist, Expectorant, Antiasthma-Beta2- Agonist, Mucolytic, Beta2-Agonist, Mucolytic, Antitussive, Nasal Decongestant, Analgesic-Antipyretic, Antitussive, Nasal Decongestant, Analgesic-Antipyretic, Nasal Decongestant, Antihistamine, Nasal Decongestant, Antihistamine, Analgesic-Antipyretic, Nasal Decongestant, Analgesic-Antipyretic, Alpha Adrenergic Agonist, Nasal Decongestant, Antihistamine, Analgesic-Antipyretic

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Salbutamol is generally well tolerated and serious toxic effects are few.  Overdosage with salbutamol at doses between 5 and 240 mg produced no fatalities.  The most common symptoms include tremor, flushing, agitation, hypertension, and palpitation due to sinus tachycardia.  No specific treatment is necessary.  Administration of a cardioselective beta-sympathetic antagonist may be appropriate but is best avoided if the patient is asthmatic.  Hypokalemia may occur following overdosage with salbutamol; thus, serum potassium levels should be monitored.


Gastrointestinal disturbance is the only likely symptom of carbocisteine overdose.

Last Update: Jul 19, 2011

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