The Use Of Cough Drops For Children Aged 1 Year?

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I want to ask, how to take mucopect drops for 1 year old baby, how do I do it? Drink directly or mix with water …

1 Answer:

Hello IyanRyni,

Thank you for the question.

The drug that you mentioned is a drop in the form of concentrated syrup (drop) that contains the active composition of ambroxol hydrochloride. This drug belongs to the mucolytic group because of its ability to thin mucus in the respiratory tract which is widely produced in cases of ARI (acute respiratory infection), acute bronchitis or acute acute exacerbation, bronchiectasis, asthma, and so on.

As with other drop preparations, the consumption of this drug can be done by taking it directly or diluting it with water. However, the rules of consumption of these drugs can certainly vary, not only looking at the age of the baby, but also the medical indications of administration, infant posture, and the baby's general health condition.

Therefore, considering that these drugs are not included in the class of over-the-counter medicines, we are not authorized to explain their consumption procedures in detail in free forums like this. The good thing is, you directly ask your confusion to the doctor or pediatrician who prescribed it.

I hope this helps.

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