Drug Study: ROWATINEX

GENERIC NAME:
Pinene alpha + beta, Camphene, Cineol, Fenchone, Borneol, Anethol and Olive Oil

BRAND NAME:
Rowtinex

CLASSIFICATION:
Antiurolithic

DOSAGE:
The usual dose is 1-2 capsules three times a day before meals.

MECHANISM OF ACTION:
ROWATINEX promotes a diuresis and relaxes urinary tract spasm, thus assisting the passage of stones. The therapeutic effect of the balanced combination of terpenes reduces urinary tract inflammation, stimulating renal blood flow through the kidneys and increasing the output of less concentrated urine.

INDICATION:
For the treatment of urinary tract spasm and inflammation associated with urolithiasis. Assists in the dissolution and expulsion of stones in the renal system.

CONTRAINDICATIONS:

SIDE EFFECTS/ ADVERSE EFFECTS:
- No side effects have been reported.

NURSING IMPLICATIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Liquid intake should be increased during therapy.
- Store at temperatures not exceeding 30 degrees Celcius.


4 Comments

  1. ram
    Posted July 7, 2008 at 8:32 am | Permalink

    ur site is very helpful 2 studnts like me hu r looking for some informations i badly needed! hahaha anyway thanks and keep up d gud work!

  2. pong
    Posted July 12, 2008 at 12:12 am | Permalink

    I need more information regarding this medicine since I am taking it 3 time a day. What are its adverse effect or what shall I avoid when drinking this medicine. My doctor advices that I should take it after meals but this website says that before meals. Hmmmm, does it have any effect?

  3. Marissa
    Posted July 12, 2008 at 1:42 am | Permalink

    is it bad for pregnant woman?

  4. Posted July 16, 2008 at 8:30 am | Permalink

    The information you have provided is very much useful for us.
    my wife is having this symptoms today.
    however, may we know what foods or drinks that we should not take while we have this and what we should do to prevent this.

    Thank you.

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