Nurofen Pediatric 20MG/ML Orange 200ML

  • Symptomatic treatment of fever, occasional mild or moderate pain in children.
  • For children from 3 months of age. For children under 2 years old, consult a doctor.
  • Orange flavor.

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  • Symptomatic treatment of fever, occasional mild or moderate pain in children.
  • For children from 3 months of age. For children under 2 years old, consult a doctor.
  • Orange flavor.

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What is Nurofen Pediatric 20MG/ML Orange?

It is an Orange flavor Oral Suspension that contains Ibuprofen .

Ibuprofen belongs to a group of medications called Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) . These medications work by modifying the body's response to Pain , Inflammation and elevated body temperature.

Nurofen Pediatric Orange flavor is used in children from 3 months of age for the symptomatic treatment of: Fever , Occasional mild or moderate pain .

For children under 2 years old, consult a doctor.

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What Benefits does using Nurofen Pediatric 20MG/ML Orange provide?

  • Symptomatic treatment of fever and occasional mild or moderate pain .
  • Suitable for children from three months of age and over 5kg in weight. For children under 2 years old, consult a doctor.
  • Orange Flavor.
  • It acts in case of Dental Pain , Pain and Fever associated with a Cold , Pain due to falls or blows , etc.
  • Contains dosing syringe Oral suspension.
  • The Effect of Ibuprofen can last up to 8 hours.

What Ingredients does Nurofen Pediatric 20MG/ML Orange have?

Each 1 ml of oral suspension contains 20mg of ibuprofen. Contains liquid maltitol (E-965), wheat starch, potato starch, sodium and other excipients. For more information see leaflet.

How to take Nurofen Pediatric 20MG/ML Orange?

  • It is an oral solution.
  • Contains dosing syringe.

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