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ATC

The Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) Classification System is used for the classification of active ingredients of drugs according to the organ or system on which they act and their therapeutic, pharmacological and chemical properties.

ATC code S: Sensory organs is a section of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System, a system of alphanumeric codes developed by the WHO for the classification of drugs and other medical products.

Sensory Organs

Eye Ointment - 0.3%

Eye Ointment - 1% - 5 g

Eye drops, solution - 0.5% 

Eye drops, solution - 20 mg/1 ml - 10 ml

Ear dops, solution - (30 mg + 20 mg + 50 mg)/ml

Eye drops solution - 0.3 %

Nasal drops, solution - (0.1%) 1 mg/ml

Eye Ointment - (0.5 mg + 5 mg)/g - 3.5 g

Nasal spray, solution - 1 mg/ml

Eye drops, solution – 1% – 10 ml

Ear drops, solution - 0.5 % - 10 ml

Ear drops, solution - 5 % - 10 ml

Eye ointment – (0.05% + 0.5%) – 3.5 g

Ear dops, solution - 25 mg/ml

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Oral suspension – 160 mg / 5 ml

Benekid Plus contains the active substance paracetamol, which is a para - aminophenol derivative. It has analgesic and antipyretic properties.

Benekid Plus - oral suspension 160 mg / 5 ml is indicated in:

  • the temporary relief of mild to moderate pain including: toothache, headache, minor muscular sprains and strains;
  • the reduction of fever, including high fever caused from vaccines, cold and flu.

 

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Oral drops solution – (10.000 UI + 10.000 UI) / ml

Tablets - 500 mg

Tablets - 5 mg