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  • Package detail 10 tablets.


Kinedryl is used without a doctor's recommendation to prevent and treat nausea and vomiting while travelling (car, train, airplane, ship). Based on doctor´s recommendations the product may also be used in nausea and vertigo of various etiology (in Menier´s disease). It is also used to treat the feeling of sickness caused by vestibular system disorders. Each Kinedryl tablet contains moxastine teoclate 25 mg and anhydrous caffeine 30 mg.

Dosage when treating nausea while travelling

Adults 1 tablet 60 minutes before starting the travel. In extended travel it is sufficient to use ½ – 1 tablet every 2 – 3 hours. In case of acutely developed motion sickness (kinetosis), 2 tablets are to be used at once, in case of insufficient effect add ½ – 1 tablet in a 30-minute interval up to the total dose of 4 tablets. In case of sudden vomiting it is more convenient not to use the initial dose of 2 tablets at once but divided in 4 parts within several minutes.

Children below 15 years of age Children from 2 to 6 years of age should use ¼ of tablet, children aged 6 – 15 years ¼ - ½ tablet. The first dose is to be used 60 minutes before starting the travel, in long-term travel it can be repeated twice in 2 – 3 hour intervals.

Children under 2 years of age: Kinedryl should not be used by children under 2 years of age.

Meniér´s disease and other vestibular disorders: Adult recumbent patients use 2 – 4 tablets 2 – 3 times a day. Other patients may use up to 8 tablets a day.
The tablet must be swallowed along with plenty of fluids.

Warning: Kinedryl must not be used in pregnancy and breast-feeding.
Kinedryl may have an effect on the capability to drive and to operate machinery and activities requiring fast judgment or working at heights.

Adverse effects: Kinedryl is usually well tolerated; however, it may cause fatigue, sleepiness, poor concentration or irritability. It may also cause dry mouths, headaches, difficulties urinating and fluid retention. Visual disturbance may also develop (impaired capability of the pupil to focus on distant or close objects), a drop in blood pressure and an accelerated heart rate especially in the elderly. Rarely, patients may develop reactions of hypersensitivity manifesting as red skin, rash and blood production problems. Rarely, Kinedryl may in sensitive people cause local irritation of the digestive system manifesting as diarrhoea or on the other side constipation or feeling sick or abdominal pain. Especially younger children may develop paradoxical restlessness and very rarely epileptic seizures.

Package: One package contains 10 tablets.

Storage: Keep in the original container to protect against the light and moisture at 25°C.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Medicinal product for internal use.
Read carefully the package leaflet that can be found in part VPOIS.


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