Delax Tab 20mg 1×10’s

Delax Tab 20mg 1x10's

Delax Tab 20mg 1×10’s


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Pack Size:1×10’s

Composition: Bisacodyl (5 mg)

Pharmaceutical form: Tablet

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Delax Tab 20mg 1×10’s

Delax Tab 20mg 1×10’s Bisacodyl is marketed under the trade names Dulcolax/Durolax, Muxol, Fleet, Nourilax, Alophen, Correctol, and Carter’s Little Pills (formerly Carter’s Little Liver Pills),[5] as well as being available generically. It is usually sold as 5 mg tablets, 10 mg suppositories, or 5 mg pediatric suppositories. It is also available as a 1.25 US fluid ounces (37 ml) pre-packaged enema containing a 10 mg delivered dose of liquid bisacodyl.

When bisacodyl is administered orally, it is usually taken at bedtime. Oral administration is known to produce no action for more than eight hours and then to work suddenly and relatively quickly. This is especially true if more than 10 mg is taken at one time. Normally, the dosage is 5 or 10 mg, but up to 30 mg can be taken for complete cleansing of the bowel before a procedure.

When administered rectally in suppository form, it is usually effective in 15 to 60 minutes. For optimal use, if used as a suppository, it is recommended that bisacodyl be given after breakfast to synchronize with the gastrocolic reflex.Two suppositories can be inserted at once if a very strong, purgative, enema-like result is needed. A few hours after the initial evacuation, there can be a secondary action which will continue as long as there is unexpelled bisacodyl present in the rectum.

Bisacodyl works by stimulating enteric neurons to cause peristalsis, i.e., colonic contractions. It is also a contact laxative; it increases fluid and salt secretion. The action of bisacodyl on the small intestine is negligible out.


This drug is to be given for the treatment of constipation, bowel clearance before surgery, labour, or radiological examination.

Side Effects

This drug can cause abdominal discomfort, and diarrhea.

When Not To Use

This drug should not be given in severe dehydration, ileus, intestinal obstruction or undiagnosed abdominal symptoms, and inflammatory bowel disease.


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