Dihydro-codeine 30 mg available
Dihydrocodeine should be given in lowered amounts or with warning to sufferers with asthma and reduced breathing source. Avoid use during a serious asthma attack. Dihydrocodeine should be given in reduced volumes or with warning to seniors or debilitated patients and in patients with adrenocortical inadequacy, prostatic hyperplasia, urethral stricture, hypotension, surprise, inflamation related or obstructive intestinal problems, myasthenia gravis, thyroid problems or convulsive problems. It should be prevented or the dose reduced in sufferers with hepatic or kidney incapacity. However, these circumstances should not really be a obstruction to use in modern care. Use in warning in those with a history of substance misuse.