I cant make out what the name is because the doc put the pills in to another bottle but i think it reads:Cotrmayole 48/0 1/2 Tablet twice daily till gone. They are white round and on one side of the pill it has CE-80/400. They were given to my 5 year old son last night for his urine infection. Please help i dont think they seem to be working.
What is this pill - with 'CE 80/400' imprint?
- 3 Mar 2012 by chrissywitehira
- 3 March 2012
My research took me to New Zealand I believe, and here is what I found:
What it looks like
TRISUL tablets are white, biconvex
tablets, 11 mm diameter. Imprinted
with “CE 80/400” with a score-line
on the same side and blank on the
Each TRISUL tablet contains 80 mg
of trimethoprim and 400mg of cotrimoxazole as the active
TRISUL contains two active
ingredients, trimethoprim and
sulphamethoxazole. They belong to
a group of medicines known as
antibiotics and work by stopping the
growth of bacteria that is causing
TRISUL is used to treat infections of
the urinary tract, upper and lower
respiratory tract and bowel.
Contact his Dr. asap and inform him / her of this situation.
All the best,
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