Aluminum + Magnesium Tab 200mg/100mg (MAXCID)-100

Aluminum + Magnesium Tab 200mg/100mg (MAXCID)-100

Indications:

Symptomatic relief of hyperacidity associated with the diagnosis of peptic ulcer, gastritis, peptic esophagitis and gastric hyperacidity and heartburn.

Dosage and Administration:

Usual dose, 1-2 tablets between meals and at bedtime when symptoms will usually occur, the presence of food in the stomach can prolong the neutralizing activity.

Contraindications:

Precautions:

Aluminum hydroxide, like other aluminum compounds, is astringent and may cause constipation; large doses, can cause intestinal obstruction. Excessive doses, or even normal doses in patients with low-phosphat diets, may lead to phosphate depletion accompanied by increased bone resorption and hypercalciuria with the risk of osteomalacia. Magnesium hydroxide may cause diarrhea, an effect that is dose-dependent. Hypermagnesaemia may occur, usually in patients with impaired renal function.

 

Side Effects:

Aluminum hydroxide, like other aluminum compounds, is astringent and may cause constipation; large doses, can cause intestinal obstruction. Excessive doses, or even normal doses in patients with low-phosphat diets, may lead to phosphate depletion accompanied by increased bone resorption and hypercalciuria with the risk of osteomalacia. Magnesium hydroxide may cause diarrhea, an effect that is dose-dependent. Hypermagnesaemia may occur, usually in patients with impaired renal function.

 

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Aluminum + Magnesium Tab 200mg/100mg (MAXCID)-100

Indications:

Symptomatic relief of hyperacidity associated with the diagnosis of peptic ulcer, gastritis, peptic esophagitis and gastric hyperacidity and heartburn.

Dosage and Administration:

Usual dose, 1-2 tablets between meals and at bedtime when symptoms will usually occur, the presence of food in the stomach can prolong the neutralizing activity.

Contraindications:

Precautions:

Aluminum hydroxide, like other aluminum compounds, is astringent and may cause constipation; large doses, can cause intestinal obstruction. Excessive doses, or even normal doses in patients with low-phosphat diets, may lead to phosphate depletion accompanied by increased bone resorption and hypercalciuria with the risk of osteomalacia. Magnesium hydroxide may cause diarrhea, an effect that is dose-dependent. Hypermagnesaemia may occur, usually in patients with impaired renal function.

 

Side Effects:

Aluminum hydroxide, like other aluminum compounds, is astringent and may cause constipation; large doses, can cause intestinal obstruction. Excessive doses, or even normal doses in patients with low-phosphat diets, may lead to phosphate depletion accompanied by increased bone resorption and hypercalciuria with the risk of osteomalacia. Magnesium hydroxide may cause diarrhea, an effect that is dose-dependent. Hypermagnesaemia may occur, usually in patients with impaired renal function.