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CONCAVIT SYRUP

Active substance: THIAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE

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Concavit Syrup



Each 5ml contains: Vitamin A BP
Calciferol BP
Vitamin C
(as Ascorbic Acid BP
Sodium Ascorbate USP
Thiamine Hydrochloride
Riboflavine
(as Riboflavine Sodium Phosphate BP
Pyridoxine Hydrochloride BP
Nicotinamide BP
Panthenol




5000.00 iu
500.00 iu
50mg
19.35mg and
34.44mg)
2.00 mg
1.0 mg
1.37 mg)
1.00 mg
12.50 mg
2.0mg

In addition the syrup also contain Sodium Edetate, Glycerin,
Polysorbate 80, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxybenzoates
(Methyl, Ethyl, Propyl and Butyl), Propyl Gallate, Flavouring
(Orange Essence & Morella Cherry Essence), Sodium
Saccharin, Sorbitol Solution and Water.
Concavit Syrup is available in packs of 150ml.
Concavit is an oral vitamin supplement.
The product licence holder is Wallace Manufacturing
Chemists Ltd., Wallace House, 51-53 Stert Street, Abingdon,
Oxfordshire OX14 3JF, United Kingdom and the drops are
manufactured by Thorpe Laboratories Ltd., Enterprise Road,
Mablethorpe, LincolnshireLN12 1LH, England.
Product Licence number: PL00400/5012R
Concavit is intended as a multiple vitamin supplement in
situations of special dietary need. It is not intended for the
correction of specific vitamin deficiencies.
Before you use Concavit
Do not use Concavit to treat vitamin deficiencies caused by
inability to absorb the vitamin(s) orally.
Do not use Concavit if:
 You are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients
 You have a history of high levels of Vitamins A or D
 You have bone tumours
 You have elevated blood calcium levels.
 You have abnormal metabolic sensitivity to vitamin D
Do not take Vitamin A supplements if you are pregnant or
likely to become pregnant except on the advice of your doctor
or antenatal clinic.
Precautions for the use of Concavit
Do not exceed the stated dose.
Interactions with other medicine
Concavit may react with other medicines you are taking. If
you are taking any of the medicines listed then consult your
pharmacist or doctor.




Contraceptive pills may increase levels of Vitamin A.
Agents such as Bile Acid Resins e.g. Cholestyramine and
Colestipol impair the absorption of fats including the fat
soluble vitamins A and D.
Thiazide diuretics and Vitamin D both increase blood
calcium levels so when used together very high levels of
calcium in the blood may occur.




High blood levels of calcium from the vitamin D
administration may enhance the toxic effects of glycoside
heart drugs (e.g. digoxin).
Vitamin D also enhances magnesium absorption.
Barbiturates or anticonvulsants may reduce the effects of
Vitamin D on the absorption of calcium from the diet and
from resorption from the bones.
Liquid Paraffin taken orally and other agents that affect
the mobility of the gut (e.g. antispasmodics) may interfere
with the absorption of the fat soluble vitamins.
Pyridoxine reduces the effects of L-dopa (usually
prescribed for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease). Your
doctor may also prescribe a medicine known as a dopadecarboxylase inhibitor which helps prevent this
interaction.

Dosage
All ages: 5ml to be taken by mouth daily.
If you miss a dose take it as soon as you remember unless it is
almost time for your next dose. Do not take a double dose.
Overdose
Overdose is only likely to occur if doses in excess of those
recommended are taken and/or for prolonged periods. If you
have taken too much Concavit Syrup then consult your doctor.
Undesirable effects
Vitamin A
Vitamin A toxicity initially causing irritability, vomiting, loss
of appetite and skin changes has been reported especially in
children. With long term vitamin A overdose liver and brain
disorders may occur. The symptoms usually disappear after
withdrawal of the treatment.
Vitamin D
Vitamin D toxicity causes disturbances of calcium metabolism
leading to calcium deposits forming in soft tissue including
the lungs and kidneys. Brain and circulatory damage can also
occur especially in infants. In infants showing increased
Vitamin D sensitivity there is especial risk of elevated blood
calcium levels.
Symptoms of elevated blood calcium levels include anorexia,
nausea, vomiting, constipation, abdominal pain, muscle
weakness, thirst, increased urine production, drowsiness,
confusion, calcium deposits in the kidneys and in severe cases
heartbeat disturbances, coma and heart failure.
If you suffer any of these effects or have any other reaction
that you believe may be due to taking Concavit then consult
your doctor.
Some of the non-active ingredients may also cause
undesirable effects. One ingredient is glycerin (sometimes
called glycerol). Glycerin is harmful in high doses. It can
cause headaches and can cause stomach upsets and diarrhoea.
Storage
Do not use the product after the marked expiry date
Store in a cool place
Protect from light
Leaflet revision date: 17 April 2009

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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