flatulence; aerophagia (increased ingestion of air when eating); formation of gases in the postoperative period; preparation for radiography and ultrasound; with various gas accumulations in the gastrointestinal tract.
Espumizan capsules Composition
One capsule contains
capsule shell composition:
methyl parahydroxybenzoate, gelatin, glycerin 85%, yellow-orange dye S, 85% (E 110), quinoline yellow dye, 70% (E 104)
Preparations for the treatment of functional bowel disorders. Other drugs for the treatment of functional bowel disorders. Silicones.
ATC code A03AX13
Simethicone is not absorbed after oral administration and, after passing through the gastrointestinal tract, is again excreted unchanged.
The action of simethicone is purely physical, it does not participate in chemical reactions and is inert in pharmacological and physiological terms.
Indications for use
– for the symptomatic treatment of complaints from the gastrointestinal tract caused by an increased accumulation of gases (with bloating, flatulence)
– as an aid for diagnostic studies in the abdominal cavity (X-ray and ultrasound studies).
Method of administration and dosage
For complaints from the gastrointestinal tract (caused, for example, by flatulence, increased gas accumulation):
Age Dosage Frequency of administration
Adults 3 to 4 times a day
The duration of the therapeutic application depends on the dynamics of the complaints.
Note: In case of recurrence and / or more prolonged gastrointestinal complaints, clinical examination should be performed.
As an aid for diagnostic examinations in the abdominal cavity (X-ray and ultrasound examinations):
The day before the study On the morning of the study day
2 capsules 3 times a day
Espumizan capsules Contraindications
– children and adolescents up to 18 years old
Until now, no cases are known.
Espumizan capsules special instructions
Gas complaints may indicate more serious gastrointestinal problems.
Symptoms can manifest as follows:
In the event of the appearance and / or long-term presence of such complaints, you should consult a doctor. The doctor, after conducting an examination, will determine whether there is an underlying disease that requires other treatment.