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Coughing is a reflex our bodies use to get rid of mucus, irritants and foreign objects in our airways.1,2 These are a few of the most common issues that could be making your child cough:2
Occasional coughing is normal, but a cough that doesn’t go away could be a sign of an underlying medical problem.3
The best treatment for a cough will depend on the underlying cause and the characteristics of the cough.1 For example, if your child has a wet, chesty cough caused by excess mucus production, a mucolytic medication may help to relieve the congestion by thinning out the mucus.5-7
ACC® relieves mucus congestion in the airways1-3
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[S1] ACC® 20 mg/ml Oral Solution. Reg. No.: 48/10.3/0261. Composition: Each 1 ml of ACC 20 mg/ml ORAL SOLUTION contains 20 mg acetylcysteine. ATC Code: R05C B01.
[S1] ACC® 200 (effervescent tablets). Reg. No.: 29/10.2.2/0753. Composition: Each ACC 200 effervescent tablet contains: 200 mg acetylcysteine. Pharmacological Classification: A10.3 Medicines acting on the respiratory system – other.
[S1] ACC® 600 (effervescent tablets). Reg. No.: 45/10.3/0229. Composition: Each effervescent tablet contains 600 mg acetylcysteine. [S1] ACC® 600 ORAL POWDER. Reg. No.: 51/10.3/0816. Composition: Each sachet contains 600 mg of acetylcysteine. ATC Code: R05CB01.
For full prescribing information refer to the Sandoz Professional Information approved by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA).
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