Intramuscularly or intravenously.
It is used intravenously only in severe cases under the supervision of a doctor!
the recommended daily dose is 1-2 ml (1-2 ampoules) intramuscularly
For children aged 1 to 12 months
0,25 ml (1/4 ampoule) intramuscularly
Children aged 1 to 6 years
0,5 ml (1/2 ampoule) intramuscularly
Children ages 6 to 14
0,5-1 ml (1 / 2-1 ampoule) intramuscularly
Elderly, debilitated patients
the use of chloropyramine requires special care, as in such patients dizziness and drowsiness are more likely
Patients with impaired liver function
a dose reduction may be required due to a decrease in the metabolism of chloropyramine in liver diseases
Patients with impaired renal function
it may be necessary to change the regimen of the drug and reduce the dose due to the fact that chloropyramine and its metabolites are mainly excreted through the kidneys
The dose can be carefully increased depending on the patient's response and the observed side effects. However, the dose should never exceed 2 mg / kg body weight. & Nbsp;
In severe allergies, treatment should begin with a cautious slow intravenous injection, after which continue intramuscular injection or oral administration.
There are contraindications, consult with a specialist before use