AERIUS® tablets have been rebranded to Desonex™ tablets. The core formulation has not changed, Desonex™ tablets are effectively the same as AERIUS® tablets, just with a new name and look. Desonex™ tablets can be found in pharmacies in packs of 10, 20 and 40 tablets.
AERIUS® tablets have been rebranded to Desonex™ tablets. The core formulation has not changed, Desonex™ tablets are effectively the same as AERIUS® tablets, just with a new name and look. Desonex™ tablets contain the active ingredient, desloratadine 5mg.
AERIUS® tablets will appear in market until stock has been depleted from pharmacies. Once stock has been depleted, AERIUS® tablets will no longer be available in Australia and will be replaced by Desonex™ tablets. AERIUS® for Children Syrup will continue to be sold in Australia.
No, AERIUS® for Children Syrup is not being rebranded to Desonex™ syrup. AERIUS® for Children Syrup contains the active ingredient, desloratadine 2.5 mg/5 mL. AERIUS® for Children Syrup is indicated for perennial and seasonal allergic rhinitis (hayfever and year round allergies) in adults, adolescents and children aged 12 months and over and chronic idiopathic urticaria (hives) in adults, adolescents and children aged 6 months and over. AERIUS® for Children Syrup will continue to be available in pharmacies across Australia in packs of 60 mL and 100 mL.
AERIUS® provides relief of hayfever and perennial allergic rhinitis symptoms such as itchy/ watery eyes, nasal congestion, itchy/runny nose, sneezing and itchy throat/palate. AERIUS® can also relieve itchy skin due to hives.
Yes, the AERIUS® for Children Syrup is suitable for children. It has a pleasant bubblegum flavour and comes with a dosing syringe, which makes it easy to accurately administer. AERIUS® for Children Syrup is suitable to relieve allergy symptoms for children from 12 months of age and for children as young as 6 months for the treatment of hives.
The common cold and allergies display many of the same symptoms such as: runny, itchy
nose and eyes; sneezing; fatigue and headaches. However, there are some differences. You
are probably suffering from an allergy if:
There is no fever.
Mucous secretions are clear and runny.
Sneezes occur in rapid, multiple sequence.
Itchiness in nose, ears and throat is present.
Symptoms last longer than the typical duration of a cold, which is generally around 7 days.
At the recommended dose, this medicine is not expected to make you drowsy. Although most people do not experience drowsiness, it is recommended not to engage in activities requiring mental alertness until you have established your own response to the medicinal product.