Ipca Laboratory P. Ltd.
|Beta carotene||30 mg|
|Zinc Sulphate||27.5 mg|
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|Composit uses/ indication of Antoxid-Hc :|
Vit A deficiency during infancy, pregnancy, lactation, heptatobillary disease, steatorrhea. Skin diseases like acne vulgaria, acne venenata, posiriasis, ichthyosis.
A liquid antiseborrheic, antifungal preparation for the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp, dandruff and tinea versicolor. Urea hydrates and is useful for conditions such as dry scalp.
For eye and ear wash. Acne and impetigo.
Rapid reversion to sinus ryhthm.
Acute leukemia, Anaemia, Lymphomas, Neutropenia.
|Composit contra indication of Antoxid-Hc :|
known or suspected hypersensitivity, Inflammation, Damage skin.
Hypersensitivity. Severe renal impairment.
Hypersensitivity to the drug
|Composit side effects of Antoxid-Hc :|
Feeling of warmth, stinging, excessive redness, oedema and crusting. Corneal opacities, dry eyes, visual disturbances, skeletal hyperostosis and musculoskeletal symptoms. Hair thinning, photosensitivity, changes in skin pigmentation, paronychia. GI disturbances, hepatitis.
Scalp irritation, oiliness or dryness of hair and scalp, hair loss and hair discoloration.
Abdominal pain, dyspepsia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, gastric irritation, gastritis. Prolonged use may cause copper deficiency (e.g. sideroblastic anaemia, neutropenia)
Cholestatic jaundice, Extrapyramidal symptoms, Hypermanganesemia, Impaired biliary secretion, Dementia.
Allergy, Hepatotoxicity, Hemolysis, Diarrhea, Hypotonia, Photophobia, Prostration, Behavioural changes, Peripheral edema. Hot flushes, Shortening of breath.
|Composit caution of Antoxid-Hc :|
Patients with jaundice, liver impairment, fat-malabsorption condition, any allergy, who are taking other medications, during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
For external use only. Not for ophthalmic use. If allergic reaction occurs, discontinue use. Avoid contact with eyes, genital areas and skin folds, as irritation and burning may result. If accidental contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.
Oral/IV: Monitor CBC and serum cholesterol to detect early signs of copper deficiency, especially if prolonged high dose use of zinc. Topical: Consult medical advice if relief not seen within 3 days.
It should be used cautiously in young children and pregnant females. In biliary tract or hepatic dysfunction increased blood concentrations may result because manganese is normally excreted in bile.
Taking copper in excess is poisonous and food cooked in copper vessels with poor tin-plating can cause severe vomiting and diarrhea with abdominal pain. Drinking acid drinks in copper vessels can also produce the same symptoms.