lexotanil bromazepam 3mg 30 Tablets (anxiety) Sleeping aids by Roche
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Lexotanil Bromazepam 3mg 30 Tablets
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Warning: Please read the proper guidelines and instructions in the leaflet for dosage requirements.
LEXOTAN contains the active ingredient bromazepam.
LEXOTAN belongs to a group of medicines called benzodiazepines. They are thought to work by their action on brain chemicals.
LEXOTAN is used for anxiety, tension or agitation. Anxiety or tension associated with the normal stress of everyday life usually does not require treatment with medicines.
Your doctor, however, may have prescribed LEXOTAN for another purpose.
How to take LEXOTANil
They may differ from the information contained in this leaflet.
Active ingredient – bromazepam
each 3 mg tablet contains 3 mg bromazepam
Inactive ingredients –
3 mg and 6 mg tablets contain
microcrystalline cellulose (460)
magnesium stearate (470)
The 3 mg tablets also contain the colouring agent
iron oxide red CI 77491 (172(ii))
Dosage and Administration
Treatment should be as short as possible. The overall duration of treatment generally should not be more than 8 – 12 weeks, including tapering off process.
These amounts are general recommendations, and dosage should be individually determined. Treatment of outpatients should begin with low doses, gradually increasing to the optimum level. The patient should be reassessed regularly and the need for continued treatment should be evaluated, especially in case the patient is symptom free.
In certain cases, extension beyond the maximum treatment period may be necessary; if so, it should not take place without re-evaluation of the patient’s status with special expertise.
The lowest dose which can control symptoms should be used.
The optimum dosage and frequency of administration of Lexotan should be based on the individual patient, the severity of symptoms and previous psychotropic drug history.
The usual dosage in general practice is from 3 mg to 18 mg daily in divided doses.
In exceptional circumstances, in hospitalised patients, up to the maximum daily dosage of 60 mg in divided doses, may be given.
Treatment should always be tapered off gradually. Patients who have taken benzodiazepines for a prolonged time may require a longer period during which doses are reduced. Specialist help may be appropriate.
Elderly and/or debilitated patients
Elderly patients require lower doses because of individual variations in sensitivity and pharmacokinetics; doses should not exceed half those normally recommended (see section 5.2).
Patients with impaired hepatic and/or renal function require lower doses because of individual variations in sensitivity and pharmacokinetics.
With the elderly and patients with impaired renal and/or hepatic function, it is advisable to review treatment regularly and to discontinue use as soon as possible.
Lexotan should not be used in children less than 12 years of age.
Warning & Precautions
Children weighing less than 35kg (5 stone) around 65LBS should not take these tablets. The usual dose for the treatment is 0.25 0.5mg per kg bodyweight taken 3 to 4 times a day before meals. Your pharmacist may be able to help you if you are not sure.
Store below 30 °C in a cool and dry place. Protect from light. Keep out of reach of children