Brand name :COS-P SYP
Bromhexine HCI, Terbutaline Sulphate, Guaiphenesin & Menthol Syrup
1. Therapeutic Class:
* Expectorant/Mucolytic (loosens mucus)
* Bronchodilator (widens airways)
2. Chemical Class:
* Bromhexine: Cyclohexylamine derivative
* Terbutaline: β2-adrenergic receptor agonist
* Guaiphenesin: Guaiacol ether
* Menthol: Monoterpene alcohol
3. Habit Forming:
* No habit-forming.
4. Action Class:
* Bromhexine: Breaks down mucus bonds
* Terbutaline: Relaxes airway muscles
* Guaiphenesin: Thins mucus
* Menthol: Provides cooling sensation, soothing cough
Patients with asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) who have coughs that produce copious amounts of mucus are treated with Bromhexine Hydrochloride, Terbutaline Sulfate, Guaifenesin & Menthol Syrup. The body uses coughing, whether it be productive or dry, to get rid of things that irritate the airways, like smoke, mucus, and allergies, and to guard against infection. Coughs come in two varieties: dry cough and chesty cough. A chesty cough, also known as a wet cough, generates mucus or spit, but a dry cough is ticklish and doesn’t produce any thick or nasty mucus.
Bromhexine Hydrochloride, Terbutaline Sulfate, Guaifenesin and menthol Syrup are the ingredients of this syrup. Guaifenesin reduces mucus stickiness or viscosity by increasing the volume of fluid in the airways. To facilitate coughing out mucus from the lungs, windpipe, and nose, bromhexine hydrochloride thins and loosens it. Breathing becomes easier as terbutaline sulfate opens the airways and relaxes the muscles. Menthol relieves slight throat irritation brought on by cough deposition and gives a cooling effect.
Here are a few general guidelines:
The following are a few advantages of utilizing this syrup:
Expectorant: Guaifenesin facilitates the thinning and loosening of mucus in the airways, facilitating coughing and clearing the respiratory tract.
Bronchodilator: Terbutaline sulfate is a bronchodilator that helps ease breathing difficulties and relieve bronchospasm symptoms by relaxing the muscles in the airways.
Mucolytic: The action of bromhexine hydrochloride as a mucolytic agent helps break down and remove thick, sticky mucus from the airways.
Cough relief: By easing respiratory tract discomfort, encouraging mucus clearance, and lowering congestion, the combination of these substances helps to relieve coughing.
Effect of solace: Menthol has a cooling effect and can ease inflamed airways and throat.
Q: What is the syrup used for?
A: This syrup helps to reduce coughing. It contains Bromhexine Hydrochloride, Terbutaline Sulfate, Guaifenesin, and Menthol. It’s a medicine that has four drugs in it: Guaifenesin helps you cough up mucus, Bromhexine hydrochloride thins mucus, Terbutaline sulfate helps you breathe better, and Menthol makes you feel cool. Guaifenesin helps make mucus less sticky so you can cough it out more easily. Bromhexine makes mucus thinner and looser, Terbutaline helps to open up the airways, and Menthol makes you feel cooler.
Q: What should you be careful about when taking Bromhexine Hydrochloride, Terbutaline Sulfate, Guaifenesin, and Menthol Syrup?
A: It’s important to take the right amount of medicine and not take too much. It’s a good idea to talk to a doctor before taking this syrup, especially if you have other health problems, are on other medications, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Q: What side effects can happen if you take Bromhexine Hydrochloride, Terbutaline Sulfate, Guaifenesin, and Menthol Syrup?
A: This syrup may cause dizziness, headaches, and rashes, and can interact with some medications. It is important to see a doctor if you have side effects that don’t go away or get worse.
Bromhexine HCI 4mg +Terbutaline Sulphate 1.25mg + Guaiphenesin 50 Mg + Menthol 2.5mg Syrup