Generic and brand-name drugs R

Generic and brand-name drugs R: Composition, drug form and content, indications, contraindications, precautions, unwanted effects, dosage and administration, interactions, storage

Regulon: Oral contraceptive

Start taking Regulon on the first day of your menstrual cycle, take 1 tablet daily for 21 days, preferably at the same time each day. Followed by 7 days without medication, during this time will be menstruating.

Relestat: Medicine to treat itchy eyes associated with allergic conjunctivitis

Relestat (Epinastine) is a direct, locally active H1-receptor antagonist and inhibitor of mast cell release of histamine. Epinastine has selective activity for histamine H1 receptors and has affinity for histamine H2 receptors.

Restasis: Increases tear production in dry eyes patients

Restasis is indicated to increase tear production in patients considered to have lost the ability to produce tears due to ocular inflammation associated with keratoconjunctivitis.

Rocamux: Sputum thinner for respiratory diseases.

Rocamux is used for the treatment of secretion disorders in respiratory diseases such as bronchitis, nasopharyngitis, bronchial asthma, acute and chronic airway obstruction. 

Rotarix: anti-inflammatory drug caused by rotavirus

Rotarix has been demonstrated against rotavirus gastroenteritis of common strains such as G1P and uncommon strains of rotavirus such as G8P, which causes severe gastroenteritis, and G12P, which causes gastroenteritis of any degree.