DOLO INF 100ML
by Micro Labs Limited
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Composition of DOLO INFUSION
Unsafe when combined with alcohol. Follow your physician's advice.
- Safe and does not interfere with the ability to drive
- Safe for pregnant women
- Safe for lactating women
- Unsafe and risky for patients with renal issues. Follow your physician's advice.
In case of any Itching, redness, swelling or difficulty in breathing please refer to a physician or hospital immediately.
PARACETAMOL (ACETAMINOPHEN) 1000 MG
Uses of DOLO INFUSION
DOLO INFUSION belongs to a class of medicines called analgesics. DOLO INFUSION reduce pain, lower high temperatures (fever) and relieve cold and flu symptoms.
Special Instructions for DOLO INFUSION
• Take DOLO INFUSION with or without meals or as advised by your doctor. Take it at a gap of at least 4 hours to reduce fever and pain.
• DOLO INFUSION is recommended to children above 10 years.
• Disperse DOLO INFUSION in water and drink. If drug ingredients are left in the container then rinse with water or milk and swallow.
• Please do not take more than the prescribed dose as it may cause some very serious adverse effects.
• Take it with caution specifically if you have or had any history of kidney or liver diseases.
• Keep your doctor informed if you are taking medicines such as warfarin (anticoagulant) or cholestyramine (lower cholesterol).
• Consult your doctor immediately if you experience allergic reactions such as sudden onset of skin rashes, boils, sore lips and mouth, sudden wheezing, abnormal movements, swelling in the face or tightness of the chest.
Antibiotics Insufficient scienticfic evidence for impact of DOLO INFUSION on patients allergic to antibiotics. Follow your physician's advice.
Anticoagulants DOLO INFUSION is risky for patients allergic to anticoagulants. Follow your physician's advice.
Pain Killers DOLO INFUSION is risky for patients allergic to pain killers. Follow your physician's advice.
Chemotherapy drugs DOLO INFUSION is risky for patients allergic to chemo drugs. Follow your physician's advice.
Anticonvulsants Insufficient scientific evidence for impact of DOLO INFUSION on patients allergic to anticonvulsants. Follow your physician's advice.
Sulfa Drugs Insufficient scientific evidence for impact of DOLO INFUSION on patients allergic to sulpha drugs. Follow your physician's advice.
INTERACTION WITH COMMON CONDITIONS
supervision required for kidney Dose should be supervised. Follow your physican's advice.
safe for pregnancy DOLO INFUSION is safe for pregnant women.
unknown for heart Insufficient scienticfic evidence for impact of DOLO INFUSION on cardiac patients. Follow your physician's advice.
supervision required for liver Dose should be supervised. Follow your physican's advice.
safe for lactation DOLO INFUSION is safe for lactating women.
safe for children DOLO INFUSION is safe for children.
safe for seniors DOLO INFUSION is safe for elderly patients.
Smoking Insufficient scienticfic evidence for impact of DOLO INFUSION with nicotine. Follow your physician's advice.
Caffeine Insufficient scienticfic evidence for impact of DOLO INFUSION on driving. Follow your physician's advice.
Vision Insufficient scienticfic evidence for impact of DOLO INFUSION on vision. Follow your physician's advice.
Overdose Overdose of DOLO INFUSION is highly unsafe. Seek emergency medical attention.
Driving DOLO INFUSION does not interfere with the ability to drive.
Exercise exer safe DOLO INF 100ML
Operating Heavy Machinery DOLO INFUSION does not interfere with the ability to operate heavy machinery.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. How does DOLO INFUSION work?
A. DOLO INFUSION is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug. It is used to treat pain and fever. DOLO INFUSION works by inhibiting the production of chemical messengers that cause pain and inflammation.
Q. Is DOLO INFUSION safe to use?
A. Yes, DOLO INFUSION is a safe drug and it is given to children, adults and elders in prescribed dosage to effectively reduce fever and pain.
Q. Is DOLO INFUSION safe for kidney patients?
A. Yes, but DOLO INFUSION should be given with caution and in prescribed dose to kidney patients as large doses of DOLO INFUSION may cause acute renal failure.
Q. Can DOLO INFUSION be used for muscular pain?
A. Yes, DOLO INFUSION is primarily used to reduce fever and pain. However, depending on the site and intensity of muscular pain you can speak with your doctor for a more effective alternative medicine such as painkiller or muscle relaxant.
Q. Does DOLO INFUSION help in reducing swelling?
A. DOLO INFUSION is effective in reducing fever and pain. But it is not effective in reducing inflammations (swelling) due to poor anti-inflammatory activity of DOLO INFUSION.
Q. Can I take DOLO INFUSION for viral fever?
A. Yes, DOLO INFUSION can be safely taken to reduce fever and body pain due to viral infections. Additionally, drink plenty of fluids along with small healthy meals to recover from the infection faster. In case the fever and symptoms persist for more than 7 days, you may require blood tests to rule out other infections and medical conditions.
Q. Why has my doctor given DOLO INFUSION and antibiotics together?
A. Your doctor may have prescribed antibiotics along with DOLO INFUSION to help you get rid of infections of bacterial origin. Antibiotics help you in killing the bacteria causing infections. However, they do not provide much relief from body pain and fever. Hence DOLO INFUSION along with antibiotics are usually recommended for 3-7 days or more depending on the severity to completely get rid of infection.
Q. Can I take DOLO INFUSION for Dengue?
A. Yes, DOLO INFUSION can be safely taken to reduce high to moderate fever in dengue patients. However, dengue is a serious condition you are highly recommended not to self-medicate yourself or your family members/ friends without consulting a doctor. It is diagnosed in the 3rd to 4th day from the onset of fever cycle by blood tests and there are chances of very low platelet counts and internal bleeding if proper attention and care is not given to the patients. Additionally, do not take any painkiller for body pain without asking a doctor.
Q. When should I stop taking DOLO INFUSION?
A. You are strongly recommended to take DOLO INFUSION in prescribed dose and duration as advised by your doctor/pharmacist. Consult a doctor if there is no relief from pain and fever. If you are experiencing sudden onset of rashes or yellowing of skin along with nausea and vomiting, stop taking DOLO INFUSION. There may be a possibility that you are allergic to DOLO INFUSION. Speak to your doctor and check for liver enzymes to ensure that there is no liver malfunctioning or any other underlying medical condition before starting with DOLO INFUSION.