Tradename
Navidoxine
Generic Name
Meclozine hydrochloride, Pyridoxine hydrochloride
Category
Gastrointestinal System
Form
Various
Composition
Tablets:
Meclozine hydrocholoride........................25 mg
Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vit. B6)............50 mg
Suppositories:
Meclozine.............................................30 mg
Pyridoxine hydrochloride......................62.5 mg
Description
Antiemetic
Properties/Actions
Indications
Nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy.
Contraindications
Drug Interactions
Side Effects/Adverse Effects
Pregnancy & Lactation
Dosage & Administration
One tablet or suppository at night, when retiring.
The tablets should be swallowed with little water and, if need be, some food (dry biscuit).
Remove the protective wrapping from the suppositories and administer them after rectal evacuation or, if required, previous enema.
For melted suppositories, check the "Notes" section.
Overdosage
Warnings
Notes
In order to restore accidentally molten suppositories to their original shape:
  1. Place the plaquettes containig the molten suppositories into cold water or into a refrigerator, their tips pointing down.
  2. If the suppositories have got out of shape becuase of accidental melting followed by solidification in the wrongly oriented plaquettes, they must be remelted by dipping the plaquettes into water at 40-50°C and then treated as specificed in point "1" above.
Storage
Tablets: Store below 25°C in a dry place.
Suppositories: Store in a cool place (8-15°C).
Packaging
Manufacturer
UCB Pharma
Date Added/Updated
22nd August 2011 8:57 pm
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