Aspirin Cardio 100mg, 2x 28 Tablets, Bayer

Aspirin Cardio 100mg, 2x 28 Tablets, Bayer

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Aspirin Cardio 100mg, 30 tablets, Bayer [5200309858011]

In mild or moderate pain, for example in headache, dental pain, dysmenorrhea, inflammation, fever and colds. Caution Aspirin should not be taken for long periods of time or in high doses without a doctor's advice.
Aspirin acts as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic, antiplatelet agent.

It is forbidden to take Aspirin when there is an increased risk of bleeding.
Aspirin should only be taken on the advice of a doctor. chronic gastro-duodenal, renal failure during pregnancy, especially in the last three months.

1 tablet contains the active ingredient: acetylsalicylic acid 100 mg.

Method of administration:
Aspirin is administered to children and young people with fever accompanied only by a doctor, due to the possible occurrence of Reye's syndrome and only when other measures have not had a beneficial action.
The tablets should be taken with water as much as possible after meals. It is good to drink 1/2 or 1 glass of water after administration.
Aspirin should not be used after the expiry date.

Patients suffering from asthma, pollen allergy, adenoid vegetation or chronic respiratory infections (especially when accompanied by pollen allergy-like disorders), as well as patients hypersensitive to analgesics and antirheumatics, are at risk of taking Aspirin. asthma attacks (asthma intolerance to painkillers).
These patients are given Aspirin only on the advice of a doctor. The same is true for patients who are hypersensitive to other substances that cause allergic reactions, such as rashes, pruritus or febrile urticaria. Aspirin is given to children and young people with febrile illness only on the advice of a doctor and only when other methods have not had the expected effect.
If these illnesses are accompanied by prolonged vomiting, they may be symptoms of Reye's syndrome, an extremely rare but life-threatening syndrome that urgently requires medical attention. Treatment during pregnancy is done only with the advice of a doctor. Discontinuation of breastfeeding should be considered when taking high doses regularly during breast-feeding.

Side effects:
Gastric disorders, gastrointestinal bleeding; rarely various allergic reactions (bronchospasm, rash); very rarely a decrease in platelets (thrombocytopenia). Caution Severe gastric bleeding may occur with frequent and prolonged administration, in rare cases. When black stools appear, consult a doctor immediately. In exceptional cases, after prolonged administration, anaemia may develop through gastrointestinal bleeding. Overdose can cause dizziness and tinnitus in children and the elderly. In these cases, patients can consult a doctor. Exceeding doses may increase the value of transaminases.
Increases the effect of anticoagulant drugs (eg coumarin derivatives, heparin); the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding when co-administering cortisone; the side effects of all non-steroidal anti-rheumatic drugs; the effect of hypoglycemic drugs (sulfonylureas); unwanted action of methotrexate. Decreases the effect of spironolactone, furosemide, drugs that promote the elimination of uric acid in gout.
It is not recommended to combine Aspirin with the above medicines without your doctor's advice.

2x 30 tablets