EVE QUICK Pain reliever/Fever reducer Tablet [4987300052716]

EVE QUICK Pain reliever/Fever reducer Tablet [4987300052716]

Price: US$14.10(tax included)

List Price: US$17.00

Weight: 30g


Item description

Class (2) OTC Medicines

Pain reliever/Fever reducer

Income Tax deduction for domestic

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  • Amount and Price

    40 Tablet x1 Piece 

    14.1USD (Tax Inclusive)

  • Indication

    ・ Relief of pain associated with headache, stiff-shoulders, toothache, menstruation, sore throat, joints, muscles, neuralgia, lower-back, tooth extraction, bruising, earache, bone fracture, sprains and wounds
    ・ Fever reduction, relief from chills due to fever

  • Dosage regimen

    Take the following dose up to 3 times a day, at intervals of at least 4 hours, avoid taking on an empty stomach. This drug should be taken with either cold or lukewarm water.
    ・ Adults (15 years and over): 2 tablets
    ・ Children under 15 years of age: DO NOT TAKE

  • Ingredients / Quantity

    Two tablets contain: 
    ・ Ibuprofen - 150 mg
    ・ Magnesium Oxide - 100 mg
    ・ Allylisopropylacetylurea - 60 mg
    ・ Anhydrous Caffeine - 80 mg

    Additives: Anhydrous silicic acid, cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, hypromellose, macrogol, magnesium stearate, talc and titanium oxide

  • Characteristic

  • Important reference information

    (Failure to observe the following may cause the present symptoms to worsen or produce adverse drug reactions and/or accidents.) 
    1. The following people must not take this drug: 
    (1) Those with a previous allergic reaction to this drug or ingredients of the drug
    (2) Those who have ever suffered from asthma after taking this drug or other drugs for the relief of pain and fever or after taking other cold medicines 
    (3) Children under 15 years of age 
    (4) Pregnant women whose due date is within 12 weeks 
    2. Do not take this drug in combination with any of the following drugs:
    Other pain reliever and fever reducers, cold medicines, sedatives or motion sickness drugs
    3. Do not drive or operate machinery after taking this drug.
    (Sleepiness may occur.)
    4. Do not drink alcohol before or after taking this drug. 
    5. Do not use this drug for a prolonged period of time. 

    When to consult a doctor 
    1. The following people should consult a doctor, dentist, pharmacist or registered salesperson before taking this drug: 
    (1) Those who are under the treatment of a doctor or dentist 
    (2) Pregnant women or those who may become pregnant 
    (3) Breastfeeding women 
    (4) Elderly people 
    (5) Those with any previous allergic reactions to drugs or other things 
    (6) Those who were diagnosed with any of the following diseases:
    Heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease, systemic lupus erythematosus or mixed connective-tissue disease 
    (7) Those who have suffered from any of the following diseases:
    Gastric and duodenal ulcers, ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease
    2. The following symptoms may be adverse drug reactions. If any of these symptoms occur, STOP TAKING the drug immediately and consult a doctor, pharmacist or registered salesperson. Show them this leaflet.

    Related areas: Symptoms
    Skin: Rash, redness, itching or purpura
    Digestive system: Nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, stomach discomfort, stomachache, oral ulcer, heartburn, heavy stomach feeling, gastrointestinal bleeding, abdominal pains, diarrhea or bloody stool
    Central nervous system: Dizziness/vertigo
    Circulatory system: Palpitations
    Respiratory system: Breath shortness
    Other: Blurred vision, ringing in the ears, swelling, nose bleeding, gum bleeding, uncontrolled bleeding, bleeding, back pain, excessive fall in temperature or malaise

    In rare cases the following serious symptoms could occur. In such an event, immediately consult a doctor.

    Symptoms name: Symptoms
    Shock (Anaphylaxis): Itching of skin, hives, hoarseness, sneezing, itching of throat, tightness in the chest, palpitations, consciousness clouding, etc. which develop soon after taking the drug
    Mucocutaneous ocular syndrome (Stevens-Johnson syndrome), Toxic Epidermal necrolysis: Persistent or acute worsening of high fever, bloodshot eyes, eye discharge, lip erosion, sore throat, widespread rash, redness, etc.
    Liver dysfunction: Fever, itching, rash, jaundice (skin and whites of the eyes turn yellow), brown urine, general malaise, loss of appetite, etc.
    Kidney disorder: Fever, rash, reduction of urine output, generalized swelling, general malaise, joint pain, diarrhea, etc.
    Aseptic meningitis: Severe headache with neck muscle rigidity, fever, nausea, vomiting, etc. (These symptoms are mainly reported in patients undergoing treatment for systemic lupus erythematosus or mixed connective-tissue disease.)
    Asthma: Wheezing or crowing sound when breathing breathlessness, etc.
    Aplastic anemia: Purpura, nose bleeding, gum bleeding, fever, pale skin, pale mucosa, tiredness, palpitations, breathlessness, giddy feeling accompanied by queasy feeling, bloody urine, etc.
    Agranulocytosis: Sudden high fever, chill, sore throat, etc.

    3. You may develop the following symptoms after taking this drug. If the symptoms continue or worsen, stop taking the drug and consult a doctor, pharmacist or registered salesperson. Show them this leaflet.
    Constipation or sleepiness
    4. If the symptoms do not improve after 5 or 6 doses, stop taking this drug and consult a doctor, dentist, pharmacist or registered salesperson. Show them this leaflet.

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