Analor Tablet is manufactured by Techno Drugs Ltd. Analor Tablet contains 10 mg Loratadine. It is Non-sedating antihistamines class drug.
Analor is a non-sedating antihistamine. It works by selectively binding to peripheral histamine H1-receptors on effector cells.
Analor provides faster relief from the symptoms of hay fever, allergic rhinitis such as sneezing, nasal discharge, itching, ocular itching and burning, nasal and ocular sign and symptoms are relieved rapidly after oral administration.
Analor is also effective in idiopathic chronic urticaria. In children over 2 years, Analor is used for the symptomatic relief of seasonal allergic rhinitis and allergic skin conditions such as urticaria nettle rash.
|Therapeutic Class:||Non-sedating antihistamines|
|Manufacturer:||Techno Drugs Ltd|
|Last Updated:||November 20, 2020 at 6:15 pm|
Table Of contents
Analor contains Loratadine 10 mg. Analor Dosage:
Adult & children over 12 years of age: One Analor 10 mg tablet once daily (usually in the morning).
- 2-12 years (body weight more than 30 Kg): 10 mg Analor once daily.
- 2-12 years (body weight less than 30 Kg): 5 mg Analor once daily.
- Below 2 years of age: Safety and efficacy of Analor have not been established.
Liver & renal impairment: Patients with liver impairment and renal insufficiency (GFR <30 ml/min) should be given a lower initial dose (10 mg every other day).
Fatigue, nausea and headache were reported rarely. Scientific studies showed that Analor does not cause drowsiness. It does not affect performance and ability to drive or tasks requiring concentration.
Patients with liver impairment and renal insufficiency (GFR <30 ml/min) should be given a lower initial dose (10 mg every other day).
When administered concurrently with alcohol, Analor has no potentiating effect as measured by psychomotor performance studies. Interactions with other drugs have not been reported.
Pregnancy Lactation use
Use in pregnancy: There is no experience of the use of Analor in human pregnancy, hence it should not be used during pregnancy.
Use in lactation: Analor is excreted in breast milk, so it should not be administered to lactating mother.
Analor is contraindicated in patients who have shown hypersensitivity or idiosyncracy to their components.
Symptoms: Somnolence, tachycardia headache, drowsiness, extrapyramidal manifestations and palpitations.
Management: Symptomatic and supportive treatment. Immediately empty stomach by inducing emesis with ipecac syrup. Admin of activated charcoal after emesis may be useful. If induction of vomiting is unsuccessful or contraindicated (e.g. patient is comatose, having seizures or lacks gag reflex), gastric lavage with NaCl 0.9% soln may be performed to prevent aspiration of gastric contents. Saline cathartics may be useful to rapidly dilute bowel contents.
Interaction with other Medicine
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