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INFLUENZA (PEDIATRIC)
Influenza may present as a mild respiratory illness similar to the common cold or it may present without characteristic signs and symptoms.
The main type of influenza virus are types A, B & C virus. Types A&B are the main causes of influenza outbreaks.
Patient may appear flushed and have pain on eye movement. Non-exudative pharyngitis, scattered rales or rhonchi may be present.

Influenza (Pediatric) Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Relief of mild to moderate pain & fever.

Indication: Prevention of influenza disease caused by influenza types A & B viruses.

Indication: Active immunisation of adults & childn ≥6 mth for prevention of influenza disease caused by 2 influenza...

Indication: Prevention of flu in persons ≥65 yr; adults & childn w/ chronic pulmonary & CV disorders, chronic m...

Actimol Menstrual
pamabrom + paracetamol

Indication: Symptomatic relief of bloating, water-wt gain, backache, muscular aches, pre-menstrual & menstrual discomf...

Indication: Mild to moderate pain & fever.

Indication: Relief of fever associated w/ cold & flu, pain eg, teething, toothache, earache, sore throat, headache, mi...

Indication: Relief of unproductive or irritating coughs associated w/ common cold, sinusitis, flu & upper resp tract i...

Indication: Relief of fever & pain eg, headache, toothache, colds, flu, muscular rheumatism, dysmenorrhoea, teething p...

Indication: Relief of painful & febrile conditions eg, headache, migraine, backache, toothache, aches due to cold &...

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