Description

Tres-Orix Forte Oral  Solution:

It contains ethanol as an excipient, which can be the cause by risk in a patient with hepatic, disease, alcoholism, epilepsy and in pregnant women and children. $30 per bottle

Dosage and Administration

Adults:

A)     Capsules: one before each of the main meals (3/day)

B)      Oral solution: two teaspoonfuls of 5ml before breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Children:

Infants: Two teaspoonfuls of 2.5ml daily, distributed in two intakes.

Up to 7 years old: One teaspoonful of 5ml  daily, distributed in two intakes.

From 7 years to 12 years old: one teaspoonful of 5ml before breakfast, lunch, and dinner or one capsule before breakfast one at dinner (2/day).

These doses are approximate, indicative doses as it is known that responses to the preparations of this group are different according to individual idiosyncrasies of each patient. The appearance of drowsiness is a good sign for calculating the dosage and is even desirable it slightly appears in nervous children because their psychic condition improves simultaneously. However, drowsiness tends to disappear a few days after treatment is begun. The effects of treatment are usually observed between 4 and 10 days after administration is initiated. Treatment can be administered for the periods 15 days to 1 month, without any undesirable side effects having been noticed nor any alteration of the humoral constants.

Overdose

At therapeutic doses, there is no risk of intoxication. In the event of massive ingestion, the patient should be kept under strict observation and symptomatic measures should be taken.

Undesirable effects

In adults drowsiness can occur, for which reason caution is recommended in driving or performing tasking requiring alertness. If you notice any side effects not mentioned in this leaflet, please inform your doctor or pharmacist.

Shelf Life

Do not use this drug after the expiry date given in this package. Neither all presentations nor all pharmaceutical forms are available in all markets.

Under medical prescription keep out of reach of children