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Ulcumaag Kaplet


Each caplet contains 500 mg Sucralfate.

Sucralfate is an aluminium salt sucrose sulfate which acts locally in the GI tract and is virtually unabsorbed. It produces an
adherent and cytoprotective barrier at the ulcer site that resists degradation by acid  and pepsin.
Laboratory and clinical studies indicate that sucralfate may promoted the healing of peptic ulcers in 3 ways :
Forming a chemical complex that binds to the ulcer site to establish a protective barrier.
Directly inhibits the action of acid, pepsin and bile.
Blocking the diffusion of gastric acid through the barrier.
Studies indicate that sucralfate remains in the GI tract for extended period s, prolonging  the therapeutic actions of the drug.
Furthermore. It is minimally absorbed from Gi tract which results in insignificant systemic side effects.

Short-term treatment  (up to 8 weeks)  of gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer and chronic gastritis.

The recommended adult oral dosage is 1 g 4  times a day in an empty stomach (1 hour before meal and at bed time ).
]Antacids may be taken as needed for the relief of pain but not be taken within ½ hour before or after Ulcumaag is
Treatment should be continued  for 4-8 weeks unless healing has been demonstrated by X-ray or endoscopic examination.

There is no experience in humans with over dosage. However, acute oral toxicity studies  in animal, using doses up to 12 g/kg
body weight, were not lethal.

Patients  known hypersensitive to sucralfate.

Use in pregnancy & lactation : There  are no adequate  and well-controlled  studies in pregnant women. Therefore, this drug
should only be used during pregnancy if clearly needed.
Be careful when administering this drug to lactating women and to patients with chronic renal insufficiency.
Use in children : Safety and effectiveness in children have not been established.

Adverse reactions to sucralfate were minor and rarely led to the discontinuation of the drug . Constipation  was the most
frequent complaint.
Other adverse effects were diarrhea, nausea, gastric discomfort, pruritus, rash, dizziness, sleepiness, vertigo, back pain and

Sucralfate may reduce the absorption of cimetidine, ciprofloxacin, digoxin, norfloxacin, phenytoin, ranitidine, tetracycline and

Store in a cool and dry place.

Box of 10×10’s. Reg.No.DKL8521001004A1

On medical prescription only.