Levodropropizine 30 mg/5 ml Syrup
Mechanism of action
COFSY-D reduces cough by acting on chemical and mechanical receptors mainly located in the larynx and trachea. It lacks effects on the central nervous system (CNS), making it more tolerable.
COFSY-D inhibits C fibers that mediate the generation of the cough reflex. This interferes with stimulus activation of peripheral endings of sensory nerves and suppresses cough.
This medication must be administered orally.
Adults and Children (13 years or above): 60 mg of COFSY-D, thrice daily.
Children (greater than 2 years): For children >2 years: 1 mg/kg, thrice daily.
The duration should not exceed more than seven days.
No CNS side effects as it act on peripheral system.
The symptomatic side effects are usually tolerable. These include: Headache, Fatigue, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Palpitation, Heart burn, dizziness, Weakness.