Iracet Syrup is an anti-epileptic medicine used to treat seizures (fits) in epilepsy. It can be used alone or along with other medicines. It helps to pr... View More
Uses of Iracet Syrup
Side effects of Iracet Syrup
How to use Iracet Syrup
Take this medicine in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Swallow it as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Iracet Syrup may be taken ... View More
How Iracet Syrup works
Iracet Syrup is an antiepileptic medication. It works by attaching to specific sites (SV2A) on the surfaces of nerve cells. This suppresses the abnormal... View More
May be taken with or without food. Oral soln may be taken directly or diluted in a glass of water.
Oral Adjunct in seizures Adult: For partial seizures w/ or w/o secondary generalisation; myoclonic seizures (w/ juvenile myoclonic epilepsy); primary ... View More
Oral Adjunct in seizures Child: 1 to <6 mth Initially, 14 mg/kg daily, may adjust in increments of 14 mg/kg at 2-wk intervals. Max: 42 mg/kg daily; ... View More
Renal impairment: ESRD patients undergoing dialysis: Loading dose of 750 mg, followed by 500-1,000 mg once daily; supplemental dose of 250-500 mg after ... View More
Mode of Action
Anticonvulsant used in the treatment of partial seizures. The precise mechanism of anticonvulsant effect is unknown.
Renal and hepatic impairment; pregnancy, lactation; patients undergoing haemodialysis. If psychotic symptoms (eg hallucination) and behavioural symptoms... View More
>10% Asthenia (11-15%),Headache (14-19%),Infection (11-15%),Increased blood pressure (17% in children < 4 years),Somnolence (11-15%),Drowsiness (2-23%)... View More
Enzyme-inducing antiepiletic drugs.