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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 N: Nervous system 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.

Nervous System

Rectal solution - 5 mg/2.5 ml

Film coated tablets - 10 mg

Tablets - 0.25 mg

Tablets - 100 mg

Film coated tablets - 25 mg

Sugar coated tablets - 25 mg

Tablets - 500 mg

Solution for injection - (50%) 1 g/2 ml

Tablets - 500 mg

Tablets - 25 mg

Tablets - 75 mg

Tablets - 500 mg + 30 mg

Co-DOLOR contains a combination of the active substances paracetamol and codeine phosphate hemihydrate, a combination of the group of drugs called analgesics, which act as painkillers. Paracetamol acts also as an antipyretic (lowers high temperature), while codeine belongs to a group of drugs called opioid analgesics which relieve pain.

Co-DOLOR is used for the short - term treatment of acute moderate or severe pain that is not relieved by other analgesics such as ibuprofen or paracetamol used alone.

This codeine-containing medicine is indicated in adults and children aged 12 years and over.

 

Tablets - 500 mg + 30 mg

 Co-DOLOR contains a combination of the active substances paracetamol and codeine phosphate hemihydrate, a combination of the group of drugs called analgesics, which act as painkillers. Paracetamol acts also as an antipyretic (lowers high temperature), while codeine belongs to a group of drugs called opioid analgesics which relieve pain.

Co-DOLOR is used for the short - term treatment of acute moderate or severe pain that is not relieved by other analgesics such as ibuprofen or paracetamol used alone.

This codeine-containing medicine is indicated in adults and children aged 12 years and over.

Tablets - 5 mg

Solution for injection - (0.5%) 10 mg/2 ml

Tablets - 37.5 mg

 

Hard capsules - 20 mg

 

Film coated tablets - (251 mg + 61.2 mg + 2.54 mg)

 

Oral drops, solution - (0.2%) 2 mg/ml

Haloperidol belongs to a group of medicines called ‘antipsychotics’.

Haloperidol is used in adults, adolescents and children for illnesses affecting the way you think, feel or behave. These include mental health problems (such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder) and behavioural problems.

These illnesses may make you:

  • feel confused (delirium);
  • see, hear, feel or smell things that are not there (hallucinations);
  • believe things that are not true (delusions);
  • feel unusually suspicious (paranoia);
  • feel very excited, agitated, enthusiastic, impulsive or hyperactive;
  • feel very aggressive, hostile or violent.

In adolescents and children, Haloperidol is used to treat schizophrenia in patients aged 13 to 17 years, and to treat behavioural problems in patients aged 6 to 17 years.

Haloperidol is also used:

  • in adolescents and children aged 10 to 17 years and in adults for movements or sounds you can’t control (tics), for example in severe Tourette’s syndrome
  • in adults to help control movements in Huntington’s disease.

Haloperidol is sometimes used when other medicines or treatments have not worked or caused unacceptable side effects.

Solution for injection - (0.5%) 5 mg/1 ml

 

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Film coated tablets - 180 mg

 

Tablets - 0.5 mg

Tablets - 25 mg

Rectal solution - 5 mg/2.5 ml

Solution - 10 %