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I want to know whats use of paracetamol ip ? Thank you ## paracetmol ip is a drug formulate as per indian pharmacopeia and used as an analgsic and antipyretic ...
Updated 6 years ago in Paracetamol.
Sat, Jan 22 '11, 5:38 AM
Paracetamol Bp
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what is the difference between paracetamol ip and paracetamol bp both 500 mg paracetamol ...
Updated 5 years ago in Paracetamol.
Sun, Nov 20 '11, 5:39 AM
paracitamol ip 500mg
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is it poisonous if taken in excess quantity actually one of my friend said that she has taken in excess quantity. ## Hello, Vibha! How are you? Yes, taking too much Acetaminophen/Paracetamol can result in overdose toxicity, which has the potential to be fatal due to liver failure. Taking high amounts regularly, even if you don't hit the point of fatal toxicity, may cause permanent liver damage. This medication is listed by the FDA as being most commonly used to treat pain and fever. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness and headache. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Feb 27 '15, 4:54 PM
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dicyclomine hydrochloride ip 20 mg, paracetamol ip 500mg ## This version of Spasmonil combines Dicylomine, which treats intestinal spasms, with Acetaminophen/Paracetamol, an anti-inflammatory, pain reliever. Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Dicyclomine.
Sun, Nov 29 '09, 6:05 PM
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I have heard that paracetamol IP is enhanced with some type of viral protein, is this true? ## No, it is just Paracetamol, which is used to alleviate pain and fever. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Paracetamol.
Sun, Feb 26 '17, 3:46 PM
what does i p stand for
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ultrace contain tramadol and paracetamol IP, what is the IP? ## It is used to designate that the substance being used is an induce protein of that medication, just the formulation of it. Common side effects of this medication can include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: Are there any other comments or questions? ## it means indian pharmacology, that the formulation was based on indian pharmacological system or something like that. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tramadol.
Thu, May 17 '12, 12:12 PM
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Anyone know what these are for? Maker: Zenlabs Package says: Tramadol & Paracetamol Tablets Tramadol Hcl BP 50mg. Paracetamol IP 500mg. Excipients q.s. ## Tramadol HCL is a prescription muscle relaxer. I don't know about paracetamol. 50mg is a medium sized dose for the tramadol, not enough to abuse. ## Paracetamol is another name for Acetaminophen. This combination of ingredients is used to treat moderate to severe pain, and can go by the name Ultracet. Use caution because this medication is known to be very potent and habit forming. You can read more about Tramadol (the mainly potent ingredient) at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Tramadol.
Thu, Sep 10 '09, 3:54 PM
L -111 On One Side blank on the other side white capsule shape
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I found some white tablets amongst paracetamol and ibuprofen tablets. ## Hi Louise, The closest match I've been able to find is a white oblong/capsule shape pill with the imprint IP 111 with a score dividing the two imprints. It's identified as Acetaminophen (500 mg) + hydrocodone bitartrate (5 mg); which belong to the drug class narcotic analgesic and is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain. The combination is marketed is Vicodin. Do you think this could be your pill? Side effects: Side-effects of hydrocodone/acetaminophen (paracetamol) are most commonly upset stomach, nausea, and altered mental states (e.g., dizziness, light headedness). Other rarer side-effects include allergic reaction, seizures, clammy skin, paranoia, hallucinations, ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Paracetamol.
Sun, Jun 30 '13, 7:18 PM
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usage and side effects ## Taken for headache and body pain ## Is this drug from India? I believe it contains the active ingredients Dicycloverine and Paracetamol but cannot be 100% sure since it's from outside the US. Can somebody please post where this drug was obtained from? ## Since this is a foreign drug, there is really no way to know for sure what it is, what it does or etc. Foreign meds are just not regulated like those in the U.S. In addition, something can be sold under one name in one country, and while you might travel to another and find a drug of the same name, it may have completely different ingredients. ## It is a drug from India Dicyclomine Hydrochloride IP 20 MG Paracetamol IP 500MG Made by Indoco Health Care ## Cyclopam is used for stomach ache, abdominal cramps e... ...
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Thu, Feb 23 '17, 8:38 PM

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