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I found an old prescription. It says "Amoxibron", but I cant find it anywhere! Help!! What is it?

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Rajive Goel 14 Jun 2010

Amoxicillin trihydrate capsules equivalent to 250 or 500 mg equivalent to 250 or 500mg of amoxicillin & Bromhexine 4 or 8 mg Bromhexine hydrochloride 4 or 8 mg

Each 5 ml suspension contains: Amoxicillin trihydrate equivalent to 250 mg 250 mg of amoxicillin & Bromhexine hydrochloride 8 mg.

Hope this helps.

serenaf1 14 Jun 2010

Thanx soo... much! You knew more than all of us. :-))

Rajive Goel 15 Jun 2010

Welcome, hope the info helped?

mfpdfibro 14 Jun 2010

I checked Google and I think it is a generic form or non generic form of amoxicillin. Most of the sites were in different languages, did you get it while out of the country? Here is the site, I hope this helps: http://thedrugsinfo.com/?id=7354&comp=GlaxoSmithKline%3B&product=Amoxibron

barbles2413 15 Jun 2010

If it is that old through it away it is an anti-biotic

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