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Solas Drugs Information

Updated on July 24, 2011

Solas

Description: Solas (Mabendazole) is an effective and versatile broad spectrum anthelmintic agent; it eradicates warms by inhibiting nutrition uptake irreversibly. It is safe even in anaemic and mainutritive patients due to its negligible absorption rate.

Indications: Solas is the drug of choice against Ascaris lumbricoides (roundworm), Strongyloides stercoralis (threadwarm), Enterobius vermicularis (Pinworm), Trichuris trichuria (whipwarm), Anoylostoma duoderala and Necator americanas (hookwarm), Taenia solum and Taenia saginata (tapewarm) and also in intrahapatic hydatid cysts.

Dosage: Children and adults are to be given same dosage. 100 mg tablet or 1 teaspoonful suspension bid for three days. For thread worm infestation doses should be double. For intrahepatic hydatid cysts 4-6 tablets or 4-6 teaspoonfuls suspension i.e. (400-600 mg) three times daily for 21-30 days.

Side-effects: Soles are free from any major side-effects. Transient symptoms of abdominal pain and diarrhea may occur in cases of massive infestations.

Contraindications: Solas is contraindicated in pregnancy.

Presentation:

  • Solas Tablet: Each chewable tablet contains 100 mg of Mebendazole USP
  • Solas Suspension: Each teaspoonful (5ml) contains 100 mg Mebendazole USP

Packing:

  • Solas Tablet: Packets of 10*10 tablets in blister strips.
  • Solas Suspension: Bottles of 30 ml with dosage spoon.

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      Shi- 2 years ago

      Thank you for saving my life, actually. In my country, this medicine is obsoleted and no longer in use. so i didn't know the right dose of this medicine and good effects and side effects or anything. I was definitely helped by this source.

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