Apiretal 30 ml


Analgesic and antipyretic in febrile states and indicated as a pain reliever mild to moderate.


What Apiretal is and what it is used for

Apiretal belongs to a group of medicines called pain relievers and antipyretics.

This medicine is indicated in feverish states and for the relief of mild or moderate pain.

How to take Apiretal

Always take this medicine exactly as described in this leaflet or as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. If in doubt, consult your doctor or pharmacist again.

Remember to take your medicine.

Apiretal is administered orally.

It is intended for use in children between 3 and 32 kg (approximately 0 to 10 years).

The dose of Apiretal depends on the weight of the child. The approximate age is given for informational purposes.

The recommended daily dose of paracetamol is approximately 60 mg / kg / day, which is divided into 4 or 6 daily doses, that is, 15 mg / kg every 6 hours, or 10 mg / kg every 4 hours.

In children under 3 years, the 15 and 30 ml containers are recommended, the dropper cap (1) of which allows the oral solution to be dosed both in drops (4 mg / drop) and in ml.

In children aged 3 years and over, it is recommended to dose the oral solution in milliliters (ml) (100 mg / ml) using the oral syringe (2) included in the 60 and 90 ml containers.

The oral syringe should not be used for drop dosing.

For the administration of 15 mg / kg every 6 hours, the guideline is as follows:

For a direct calculation, the child's weight in kg can also be multiplied by 0.15; the result is the ml of Apiretal to administer.

These doses can be repeated every 6 hours.

If the desired effects are not obtained 3-4 hours after administration, the dose can be advanced every 4 hours, in which case 10 mg / kg will be administered.

The administration of the preparation is subject to the appearance of painful or feverish symptoms. As these disappear, this medication should be discontinued.