Redotex NF capsules
Redotex NF capsules is a diet pill that made by medix and come from mexico usually 1 capsule on an empty stomach per day for periods of up to 6 months
Redotex NF Medix
Generic name: D-norpseudoephedrine hydrochloride, atropine sulfate and aloin.
Pharmaceutical Form and Formulation:
Anorexigenic. Auxiliary in the treatment of exogenous obesity.
Redotex NF capsules Active Ingredients
Box with 30 prolonged-release capsules.
Store at room temperature, no more than 30 ° C and in a dry place.
Product belonging to Group III. Exclusive literature for doctors. Keep out of reach of children. Its sale requires a prescription, which can be filled up to three times with a validity of six months.
Laboratory name and address:
Made in Mexico by: Productos Medix SA de CV, Calzada del Hueso No. 39, Ex Ejido de Santa Ursula Coapa, Deleg. Coyoacán, 04650, México, DF Registered Trademark.
Drug registration number:
IPPA code : HEAR-07330060101164 / RM2007
Manifestations and management of overdose or accidental intake:
There are no known cases of overdose by Redotex NF capsules reported by regular prescribers. In any case, in the case of an overdose, this would consist of an exaggeration of both the sympathomimetic effects of D norpseudoephedrine and the anticholinergics of atropine. These can be countered by general and specific measures. Depending on the time of intake, gastric lavage in a conscious patient may be indicated, as well as accommodating it in a dark and quiet place. Maintenance of patent airways and vessels, control and surveillance of vital signs. Hemodialysis may be indicated.
Side and adverse reactions:
These correspond to those described for the individual components of the formula. The following effects may occur in individuals susceptible to sympathomimetics or anticholinergics. They are usually well tolerated for a few days if treatment is continued; Otherwise, the drug should be discontinued: nervousness, insomnia, excitement, fatigue, mydriasis, photophobia, cycloplegia, palpitations, tachycardia, dry mouth and mucosa, flushing, nausea, vomiting, constipation or diarrhea, erythema, dysuria, urinary retention.