Antiemetics & Antinauseants
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In treatment of:
Acute treatment of nausea and vomiting
1.Hypersensitivity to Domperidone
2.Prolactin releasing pituitary tumour(prolactinoma)
Digoxin: Oral dose of digoxin needs to be reduced.
Aspirin, Paracetamol & Oral Diazepam: Increases absorption of these agents.
Anticholinergic agents: Antagonize the effects of domperidone.
Phenothiazines: CNS depression enhanced by domperidone.
Antimuscarinic agents and opioids: Antagonize GI effects of domperidone.
Suxamethonium: Neuromuscular blockade enhanced by domperidone.
Adults: 30 - 40 mg / day in 3 - 4 divided doses 30 minutes before meals and at bed time if required. After 2 weeks dose can be increased to 60 - 80 mg / day if needed.
Migraine: 20 mg by mouth may be taken up to every 4 hours with Paracetamol, as required up to a maximum of 4 doses in 24 hours.
Children: 300 mcg / kg body weight 3 - 4 times daily 30 minutes before meals and at bed time if required