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CONTAINS PARACETAMOL

Refer to Professional Information / Patient Information Leaflet for full dosage and directions for use. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Do not use it for more than 10 days without consulting your doctor. KEEP ALL MEDICINES OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

PANADO® PAEDIATRIC SYRUP 5ml Sachets are for single use only. Always administer using a medicine measure or a syringe. Discard remaining contents of sachet after administration of the correct dosage.

  • S0 (Pack sizes of <25 tablets) S1 (Pack sizes of ≥ 25 tablets) Panado® Tablets. Each tablet contains paracetamol 500 mg. Reg. No.: B/2.8/858.
  • S0 Panado® Effervescent Tablets. Each tablet contains 500 mg paracetamol. Reg. No. V/2.7/219.
  • S0 Panado® Capsules. Each capsule contains 500 mg paracetamol. Reg. No. S/2.8/57.
  • S0 Panado® Paediatric Syrup Strawberry. Each 5 ml contains 120 mg paracetamol. Reg. No. 35/2.7/0112.
  • S0 Panado® Paediatric Syrup Alcohol and Sugar Free. Each 5 ml contains 120 mg paracetamol. Reg. No. V/2.8/208.
  • S0 Panado® Paediatric Infant Drops. Each 0,6 ml contains 60 mg paracetamol. Reg. No. V/2.7/209. (Sugar Free)
  • S0 Panado® Paediatric Syrup. Each 5ml contains 120 mg paracetamol. Reg. No. B/2.7/1143.

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For full prescribing information refer to the Professional Information approved by the medicines regulatory authority.

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