LICOLATE 1ML 0.2MG/1ML | MedicScientist :: Total Health Portal

The Brand Name LICOLATE Has Generic Salt :: Glycopyrrolate 

LICOLATE  Is From Company Samarth Priced :: Rs. 9.9

LICOLATE have Glycopyrrolate is comes under Sub class GERD, of  Main Class Gastrointestinal System

Main Medicine Class:: Gastrointestinal System  Sub Medicine Class :: GERD, 

 Salt Name :  OR Generic Name Form Price : MRP /Probable Packing
Glycopyrrolate  INJ  Rs. 9.9  1ML
Brand Name Company / Manufacturers Strength Unit Price / 1ML
 LICOLATE  Samarth  0.2MG/1ML  1ML Rs. 9.9

Company  Brand Name  Salt Combination Main Medical Class Sub Medical Class
 From Samarth :: LICOLATE  Glycopyrrolate  Gastrointestinal System GERD,

Indications for Drugs ::

Hyperhidrosis, Peptic ulcer, Anesthesia, Sialorrhea, Cerebral palsy, Reversal of neuromuscular blockade

Drug Dose ::

Parenteral Reduction of secretions Adult: Preoperative: 4 mcg/kg via IM admin 30-60 minutes before procedure. Intraoperative: 0.1 mg via IV admin, repeat at 2-3 minute intervals when needed. Max: 400 mcg/dose. Child: Preoperative: IM admin: <2 yr: 4-9 mcg/kg; >2 yr: 4 mcg/kg, dose to be given 30-60 minutes before procedure. Intraoperative: IV admin: 4 mcg/kg (Max: 0.1 mg); repeat at 2-3-minute intervals as needed. Max Dosage: Adult: 400 mcg/dose. Child >1 mth: 200 mcg/dose. Intravenous Reversal of neuromuscular blockade Adult: 200 mcg for each 1 mg of neostigmine or 5 mg of pyridostigmine. Alternatively, 5-15 mcg/kg with 50 mcg/kg neostigmine with 25-70 mcg/kg of neostigmine or 0.1-0.3 mg/kg of pyridostigmine. Child: 10 mcg/kg with 50 mcg/kg neostigmine. Parenteral Peptic ulcer Adult: 0.1-0.2 mg 3-4 times daily via IM/IV admin.

Contraindication ::

Hypersensitivity. Glaucoma; obstructive uropathy; obstructive GI diseases; intestinal atony; paralytic ileus; pyloric stenosis; myasthenia gravis. Unstable CV status in acute haemorrhage. Injectable not recommended in new borns <1 mth if benzyl alcohol is present in the preparation. Drug Precautions ::

Pregnancy, lactation. CV disease, hyperthyroidism, hepatic or renal impairment. Enlarged prostate, diarrhoea, fever. May cause ileus or megacolon in patients with ulcerative colitis. Children and elderly.

Drug Side Effects ::

Xerostomia; loss of taste, nausea, vomiting, constipation, reduced sweating; urinary hesitancy and retention; blurred vision; cycloplegia; increased ocular tension; tachycardia; palpitation; headache, anxiety, bloated feeling, impotence, skin reactions. Potentially Fatal: Severe anaphylaxis.

Pregnancy category ::
Pregnancy category

2

Drug Mode of Action ::  

Glycopyrronium bromide is a quarternary ammonium antimuscarinic. It blocks acetylcholine at parasympathomimetic sites and induces smooth muscle relaxation. It also reduces gastric acid secretions and controls pharyngeal, tracheal and bronchial secretions. It antagonises muscarinic symptoms such as bronchorrhoea, bronchospasm, bradycardia and intestinal hypermotility induced by anticholinesterases.

Drug Interactions ::

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