Bromphenir Pseudoephed Dm Syrup Contains What

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Bromphenir Pseudoephed DM syrup

Does this medication help relieve fluid in ears? Can it be used nightly for 1-2 weeks to help eliminate fluid in the ears of a 55 lb, 5-1/2 yr old? ## The active ingredients listed (Brompheniramine and Pseudoephedrine) are found in a number of medications. One brand is Bromfed-DM syrup (NDC 54868-6377) which also contains Dextromethorphan. It's a combination cough suppressant, antihistamine, and decongestant for treating symptoms of the common cold, flu, & allergies. In reading the product label (PDF) for Children's Dimetapp Cold & Allergy (which contains Phenylephrine instead of Pseudoephedrine), it says that it is not indicated for children under 6 years of age. It sounds like your son is pretty close to the minimum age. What I'd recommend is getting it cleared by ... ...

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Brompheniramine-DM Drug Information

My son is 9 yrs old and weighs 89 lbs. How much Brompheniramine-DM should I administer and how often can I give it to him? ## What is Brompheniramine-Pseudoephedrine-DM syrup used for? I cannot remember why it was prescribed and my daughter has phlegm and is congested. ## Is this a prescription or over the counter syrup that you have? The active ingredients listed (Brompheniramine and Pseudoephedrine) are found in a lot of OTC and RX medications. Because of that the dosing instructions will vary based on the specific brand and there should be something listed on the bottle. This a combination cough suppressant, antihistamine, and decongestant for treating symptoms of the common cold, flu, & allergies. One brand is Bromfed-DM syrup (NDC 54868-6377) which also contains Dextromethorpha... ...

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What Replaced Bromfed

What mediction replaced Bromfed DM? ## Bromfed DM contains the active ingredients: Brompheniramine + Dextromethorphan + Pseudoephedrine From what I could gather, this particular combination of drugs is available under the following brand names: "Allanhist PDX Drops, Anaplex DM, Anaplex DMX, Andehist DM NR Syrup, Brom Tann, Bromaline DM, Bromdex D, Bromfed DM, Bromhist PDX, Bromhist-DM Drops, Bromophed-DX, Bromph DM, Bromplex DM, BroveX PSE DM, Dallergy DM, EndaCof-DM, Histacol BD Drops, Myphetane DX Cough, Neo DM, PBM Allergy, Pediahist DM Drops, ProHist DM, Q-Tapp DM, Resperal-DM Drops, Robitussin Allergy & Cough, Sildec DM" That said, it looks like you have many more options outside of Bromfed DM. :) I hope this info helps to answer your question! ...

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