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Theophylline Anhydrous Brand names, Theophylline Anhydrous Analogs

Theophylline Anhydrous Brand Names Mixture

  • Bronchyl Syrup (alcohol anhydrous + beechwood creosote + cocillana + eucalyptus + guaiacol oleate + ipecac + lobelia inflata + menthol + myroxylon balsamum + theophylline + white pine)
  • Choledyl Expectorant Elixir (guaifenesin + oxtriphylline)
  • Diuerb tab (oil of fleabane + theophylline + urea)
  • IDM Expectorant tab (guaifenesin + potassium iodide + pyrilamine maleate + theophylline)
  • IDM tab (potassium iodide + pyrilamine maleate + theophylline)
  • PMS-Oxtriphylline Elixir (alcohol anhydrous + oxtriphylline)
  • Pulmo Septol Sirop (beechwood creosote + cocillana + eucalyptus oil + guaiacol + ipecac + lobelia inflata + myroxylon balsamum + theophylline + white pine)
  • Ratio-theo-bronc (guaifenesin + potassium iodide + pyrilamine maleate + theophylline)
  • Tedral tab (l-ephedrine hydrochloride + phenobarbital + theophylline)
  • Theophylline 0.8mg and 5% dextrose inj (dextrose + theophylline)
  • Theophylline 0.8mg/ml in 5% dextrose inj (dextrose + theophylline)
  • Theophylline 1.6mg and 5% dextrose inj (dextrose + theophylline)
  • Theophylline 4mg and 5% dextrose inj (dextrose + theophylline)
  • Theophylline rougier elixir (alcohol anhydrous + theophylline)

Theophylline Anhydrous Chemical_Formula


Theophylline Anhydrous RX_link

Theophylline Anhydrous fda sheet

Theophylline_Anhydrous FDA

Theophylline Anhydrous msds (material safety sheet)

Theophylline_Anhydrous MSDS

Theophylline Anhydrous Synthesis Reference

Traube, Ber. 33, (1940)

Theophylline Anhydrous Molecular Weight

180.164 g/mol

Theophylline Anhydrous Melting Point

272 oC

Theophylline Anhydrous H2O Solubility

1-5 g/L

Theophylline Anhydrous State


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Theophylline Anhydrous Dosage Forms

Capsule (sustained-release); Elixir; Liquid; Tablet; Tablet (extended-release)

Theophylline Anhydrous Indication

For the treatment of the symptoms and reversible airflow obstruction associated with chronic asthma and other chronic lung diseases, such as emphysema and chronic bronchitis.

Theophylline Anhydrous Pharmacology

Theophylline, an xanthine derivative chemically similar to caffeine and theobromine, is used to treat asthma and bronchospasm. Theophylline has two distinct actions in the airways of patients with reversible (asthmatic) obstruction; smooth muscle relaxation (i.e., bronchodilation) and suppression of the response of the airways to stimuli (i.e., non-bronchodilator prophylactic effects).

Theophylline Anhydrous Absorption

Theophylline is rapidly and completely absorbed after oral administration in solution or immediate-release solid oral dosage form.

Theophylline Anhydrous side effects and Toxicity

Symptoms of overdose include seizures, arrhythmias, and GI effects.

Theophylline Anhydrous Patient Information

Immediate Release Products

The patient (or parent/care giver) should be instructed to seek medical advice whenever nausea, vomiting, persistent headache, insomnia or rapid heart beat occurs during treatment with theophylline, even if another cause is suspected. The patient should be instructed to contact their clinician if they develop a new illness, especially if accompanied by a persistent fever, if they experience worsening of a chronic illness, if they start or stop smoking cigarettes or marijuana, or if another clinician and a new medication or discontinues a previously prescribed medication. Patients should be instructed to inform all clinicians involved in their care that they are taking theophylline, especially when a medication is being added or deleted from their treatment. Patients should be instructed to not alter the dose, timing of the dose, or frequency of administration without first consulting their clinician. If a dose is missed, the patient should be instructed to take the next dose at the usually scheduled time and to not attempt to make up for the missed dose.

Extended-Release Capsules

This information is intended to aid in the safe and effective use of this medication. It is not a disclosure of all possible adverse or intended effects.

The physician should reinforce the importance of taking only the prescribed dose and the time interval between doses. As with any controlled-release theophylline product, the patient should alert the physician of symptoms occur repeatedly, especially near the end of the dosing interval.

When prescribing administration by the sprinkle method, details of the proper technique should be explained to patient

Patients should be informed of the need to take this drug in the fasting state, and that drug administration should be 1 hour before or 2 hours after meals.

Theophylline Anhydrous Organisms Affected

Humans and other mammals