Pulmeks Baby

Пульмекс Беби Drug photo

The description is actual on 20.08.2014

  • Latin name: Pulmex Baby
  • ATH code: R05CA10
  • Active ingredient: Rosemary oil + Peruvian balm + eucalyptus Oil (Rosemary oil + Peru balsam + Eucalyptus oil)
  • Producer: S. A. Novartis Konsyyumer Hels, Switzerland


About 50 mg of oil of rosemary and oil of leaves of an eucalyptus prutovidny + 60 mg of the Peruvian balm are a part of 1 gram of ointment of Pulmeks of the Baby.

Also drug contains auxiliary elements: sodium hydroxide, water, carbomer 974P, polysorbate.

Release form

Drug is let out in the form of white homogeneous ointment with a specific smell of essential oils. In aluminum tubas on 20 or 40 grams. In packaging one tuba.

Pharmacological action

Expectorant local, antiseptic, antiinflammatory.

Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics

The essential oils which are a part of ointment render local antiseptic, expectorant (reduces viscosity of a phlegm) and antiedematous action. Drug does not irritate skin, is well absorbed and does not leave marks on clothes.

Sodium benzoate and the benzoic acid as a part of means (the Peruvian balm) are absorbed, come in insignificant quantity to a blood stream, turn into hippuric acid and are removed through kidneys, within several hours.

Eucalyptole undergoes reaction of a hydroxylation and is removed through kidneys and lungs.

Indications to use

Ointment of Pulmeks of Baby is appointed as a supportive application at:

  • to cold and ORZ;
  • acute and chronic bronchitis;
  • tracheobronchitis;
  • tracheitis.


  • allergy to ointment components;
  • epilepsy (spasms) in the anamnesis;
  • the age is less than 6 months;
  • wounds, grazes and other injuries of skin to an ointment site of application.

It is necessary to show care the patient with bronchial asthma. Not to apply ointment on mucous membranes of eyes, a nose, an oral cavity.

Side effects

Developing of an allergy is possible (rash on skin, an itch and reddenings in a site of application, dermatitis, a Quincke's disease, nausea).

The instruction to Pulmeks Baby (A way and a dosage)

Means is used exclusively outwardly.

According to the application instruction of ointment of Pulmeks of Baby, it is applied with a thin layer (several cm of ointment) on dry clean skin. For adults and children 3 years are more senior the frequency of drawing makes 3 times a day.

To children from six months to 3 flyings, ointment of Pulmeks of the Baby is applied twice a day. Drug is slightly rubbed in upper part of a thorax until it completely is absorbed. Then the processed place is covered with a dry and warm piece of fabric.


Overdose can happen if drug got inside. Symptoms: nausea, head pains and dizziness, delirium, vomiting, abdominal pains, oppression of activity of the central nervous system, lump.

As therapy make a gastric lavage, reception of enterosorbents, laxative on a salt basis. Further it is necessary to call the ambulance (in a hospital intravenously enter Diazepam or barbiturates).


Due to the local effect of drug, it does not interact with other drugs.

Terms of sale

To buy ointment, the recipe is not necessary.

Storage conditions

To store in the place, cool, unavailable to children.

Period of validity

5 years.

Analogs of Pulmeks of Baby

Ointments for children aged from one year: Doctor MOM, Evkabal, Baume-Bengue, Boromentholum, ointment Kombigripp, eucalyptus balm for cold of Other Tayss.

The price of analogs often strongly differs from the original.

About Pulmeks of Baby

Means well helps at cold and a SARS, especially for dry cough so About Pulmeks of Baby generally positive. Seldom small children can have local allergic reactions, in the form of reddening and burning. The price of Pulmeks of Baby suits most of parents.

Section: For cough Anti-cold
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