• Analgesic/Antipyretic/Anti-inflammatory, Ibuprofen
    Dosage form: Syrup
    Strength: 100mg/5ml
    Indications/Special comments: Relieves minor aches and pains due to the common cold, flu, sore throat, headache and toothache. Reduces fever.
    Dosage Administration: Child (1 - 12 years of age): Antirheumatics: Oral: initially 30 to 40mg per kg of body weight a day in three or four divided doses then reduced to the lowest dose needed to control disease activity.
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  • Analgesic/Anti-inflammatory, Indomethacin
    Dosage form: Suppository
    Strength: 100 mg
    Indications/Special comments: Treatment of gout and mild to moderate acute pain
    Dosage Administration: Rectal: the total daily dose may be given as 100mg in the morning and at night. The total daily combined dose by mouth and by rectum should not exceed 200mg. In acute gout the daily dose is 150 - 200mg in divided doses until all symptoms and signs subside
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  • Analgesic/Anti-inflammatory, Indomethacin
    Dosage form: Injection
    Strength: 1mg
    Indications/Special comments: Closure of Patent ductus arteriosis
    Dosage Administration: PDA Closure IV: Neonates Treatment: 0.2mg/kg initially, then 2 subsequent doses at 12 – 24 hr intervals of 0.1mg/kg if age <48 hr at time of initial dose; 0.2mg/kg if 2 – 7 days at initial dose; 0.25mg/kg if age >7 days at initial dose. Prophylaxis– 0.1 – 0.2mg/kg initially, then 0.1mg/kg every 12 – 24 hr for 2 doses.
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  • Analgesic/Anti-inflammatory, Indomethacin
    Dosage form: Capsule
    Strength: 25mg
    Indications/Special comments: Treatment of gout and mild to moderate acute pain
    Dosage Administration: Antigout: Oral: 100mg initially, then 50mg three times a day until pain is relieved, with the dosage then being reduced until medication is discontinued.Mild-to-moderate acute pain – 20mg 3 times daily or 40mg 2 – 3 times daily. Oral: Children >2 yr: 1 – 2mg/kg/day in 2 – 4 divided doses (not to exceed 4mg/kg/day or 150 – 200mg/day).
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  • Anaesthetic, General, Isoflurane
    Dosage form: Inhalent
    Strength: 99.9% solution
    Indications/Special comments: Induction of anaesthesia (in oxygen or nitrous oxide-oxygen. Maintenance of anaesthesia (in nitrous oxide–oxygen). Maintenance of anaesthesia in caesarean section (in nitrous oxide–oxygen).
    Dosage Administration: By inhalation: Adult: Initially 0.5%, increased to 3%, adjusted according to response, administered using specifically calibrated vaporiser. Maintenance of anaesthesia (in nitrous oxide–oxygen). By inhalation: Adult: 1 – 2.5%, to be administered using specifically calibrated vaporiser; an additional 0.5 – 1% may be required when given with oxygen alone. Maintenance of anaesthesia in caesarean section (in nitrous oxide–oxygen):By inhalation: Adult: 0.5 – 0.75%, to be administered using specifically calibrated vaporizer.
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