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Carbetapentane Overview
Drug Name: Carbetapentane
Brand Name(s): Solotus
Drug Class: Antitussives
Treats: Bronchitis, Common cold, Sinusitis, Hay fever

Carbetapentane is a drug usually in a suspension formulation that is used in the management and relieving certain types of colds or flu. The drug is a known cough suppressant that is classified among other drugs in a class called antitussives. Carbetapentane can be sold over the counter for the relieving of the named indications.

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  • Carbetapentane Uses

    Carbetapentane is used alone or together with other drugs especially those of the decongestants group to help patients who have been affected by the common colds that are caused by flu and bacteria. The following are the indications that Carbetapentane is approved and prescribed for:

    • Bronchitis
    • Common cold
    • Sinusitis
    • Hay fever

    Note that while the drug's efficacy has been found on the above, its work is to relieve but not to heal. As a suppressant, Carbetapentane works by decreasing the cough reflex inside the patient's brain.

  • Carbetapentane Dosage

    Carbetapentane is found in three major forms namely, as a drop, suppositories and as a suspension. The three formulations will allow the doctor the liberty of making an informed choice of what formulation will fit which patient after critically assessing the patient. Besides, since the indications are likely to attack patients of whatever age, the dosage will not be definitive. Here is what the usual cough dose looks like: Adults

    • 30 mg/5 mL or
    • 5-10 mL every 12 hours

    Pediatrics

    • 2-5 years: 1.25 mL-2.5 mL every 12 hours
    • 6-11 years: 2.5 mL-5 mL every 12 hours
    • 12 and above: 5 mL-10 mL every 12 hours
  • Carbetapentane Side Effects

    It is good to note that not all Carbetapentane side effects will be made public or reported to relevant authorities. It is always advisable to consult your doctor in case particular signs become bothersome to you. Besides, what might seem bothersome to one patient might not be the exact case to another. Because of that, there are some because of their immunity, may not experience the adversity that you may be experiencing and vice versa. Here are some of the side effects:

    • Chest tightness
    • Breathing problems
    • Itching
    • Hives
    • Swelling of body parts like tongue, mouth, lips and face
  • Carbetapentane Interactions

    Like any other drug, Carbetapentane may interact with other drugs and substances. You should consult with your doctor or medical professional before adding any new medication, including over the counter drugs. Below is a list of drugs that have been known to interact with Carbetapentane. Note that this list does not include all possible drug interactions.