50mg syrup

The liquid form of the drug, in addition to the active ingredient, usually contains sorbitol, glycerol and other substances. The standard dosage of antifungal agent in ten milliliters of liquid is 50 milligrams. Variations in composition and purpose are possible.

The syrup is more often used in pediatric practice.

Syrup application

  • Treatment of cryptococcal infection in adults: 400 milligrams on the first day and 200 milligrams per day on the remaining days.
  • Reducing the risk of developing the disease in patients with immunodeficiency: two hundred milligrams per day.
  • Pathologies caused by Candida: 400 milligrams on the first day and 200 milligrams daily further.
  • Inflammation of the mouth and pharynx: fifty to one hundred milligrams per day for one or two weeks.
  • Oral candidiasis with mucosal atrophy: fifty milligrams per day with other medications.
  • Damage to the vaginal mucosa: a single dose of one hundred and fifty milligrams.
The dosages listed in milligrams indicate the content of the active substance in the syrup, and not the volume of the liquid itself. Additional guidelines for use, including admission for children, can be found in the official instructions.