What is the rose bush?
Rosel® and rose T®, is the name of a synthetic drug combined with the active ingredient sparacetamol, amantadine hydrochloride and chlorphenamine (chlorphenamine maleate), with analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine and antipyretic effect for the treatment of influenza. This drug is patented byWermar Pharmaceuticals. (1)
What is the rose bush for?
- The rose bush® is used to treatsymptoms caused by the commoncold and influenza caused byinfluenzaA virus.(2)
- It serves to treat:
Dosage and routes of administration of the rose bush
The rose bush® comes in a box, with 24 capsules or tablets of50 mg / 3 mg / 300 mg of amantadine, chlorphenamine and paracetamol, respectively. It is also found inpediatric solution, both presentations are administered orally, since it is completely absorbed in the digestive tract. The dose usually handled is as follows:
- In children and adults over 12 years: 1 capsule once every 8 hours with water.
- In children between 3 to 5 years: Dose 5 ml every 8 hours.
- In children between 6 and 12 years: Administer 10 ml of oral solution, every 8 hours.
Important: To achieve greater effectiveness of rosebush®, it is recommended to start treatment withinthe first 24 to 48 hoursof onset of symptoms.
Side effects of the rose bush
The consumption of rosel®can cause certainadverse reactionsin the health of some people, such as those described below:
- Allergic reaction due to contact with any chemical component of rosel®.
- Nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain .
- Anaemia and liver damage.
- Insomnia and drowsiness.
- Confusion, dizziness and disorientation.
- Cardiac arrhythmias, dyspnea, and dry mouth.
To highlight: If you notice the presence of any of these symptoms or any other not included in the list, discontinue use and consult your doctor.
Rosel contraindications and warnings
The administration of rosel® is contraindicated in the following circumstances:
- Hypersensitivity to any of the components of rosel®.
- Pregnant, lactating or women who suspect they are pregnant.
- Patients taking Metoclopramide , since it reduces the effectiveness of the medicine.
- Kidney diseases.
- Patients taking drugs that act on the central nervous system .
You should know: Before starting treatment with rosel®, it is recommended to give the Specialist Doctor Information about the patient’s health conditions, to avoid complications.
Avoid if you have:
- Liver failure.
- Respiratory insufficiency.
- Heart problems.
- End-stage renal failure.
- This medication must be administered with a prescription.
- This medicine should be kept out of the reach of children.
- Do not administer to children under 3 years of age.
- Treatment should not exceed 3 continuous days.
- Avoid consuming this medication with alcohol.