DeCollagen / Tiffy
Good call Jane ( Decolgen ) and Tiffany Murphy ( Tiffy ) is a drug that has properties that relieve the common cold, sinusitis, hay fever, relieve nasal congestion, runny nose, since much.
Good call Jane (Decolgen) is the trade name of one of the native coffee (TIFFY) is the trade name of another company.
But both of these drugs have the same ingredients and dosage and are interchangeable. There will be three recipes as follows
- Good call Jane( Decolgen ) / Tiffany Murphy ( Tiffy ) * in a dose of 1 tablet will feature an antipyretic paracetamol. (Paracetamol) 500 mg + Chlorpheniramine maleate 2 mg is not considered dangerous. Drug companies can therefore advertise them and they are sold in most modern pharmacies. But cannot be sold in grocery stores or convenience stores As this is not a generic home drug that buyers can decide to buy for themselves when they are sick.
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- Well, Jane Colby Prince( Decolgen PRIN ) / Ti Coffee Day ( Tiffy DEY ) * in a dose of 1 tablet will feature an antipyretic paracetamol. (Paracetamol) 500 mg + Chlorpheniramine maleate 2 mg + Phenylephrine HCl antihistamine 10 mg (for tiff syrup) 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of tiffy syrup ( TIFFY SYRUP ) contains 120 mg paracetamol + 1 mg chlorpheniramine + 5 mg phenylephrine) is considered a dangerous drug and cannot be advertised directly. Public Can only be purchased at modern drugstores
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- Good call Jane Plus( Decolgen Plus ) / Ti Fu Coffee ( Tiffy the FU ) in a dose of 1 tablet will feature an antipyretic paracetamol. (Paracetamol) 500 mg + Chlorpheniramine maleate 2 mg + Pseudoephedrine HCl 30 mg is the active ingredient. Mental and neuropsychiatric type II, which can only be used in nursing homes. Therefore unable to purchase this formula drug at modern drugstores
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Note : Decolgen or TIFFY that most people know and are familiar with is the second formulation, Decolgen prin or Tiffy Day ( TIFFY DEY) that contains antipyretic ingredients. (Paracetamol) + antihistamines (chlorpheniramine) + mucus reduction medication (phenylphine)
Examples of drugs and dosage forms
- Paracetamol formula (Paracetamol) + Chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlorpheniramine maleate)
- The pillhas trade names such as Accol, Acetacol, Cecold, Cencold, Cologen, Decolgen ( Decolgen), Decoltab, Depygon, Forain, M.P. tablet (MP tablets), Mycol, Mek Spi-N (Mexy-n), Nucold tablet (Noocold tablet), Nostab, Neozep, Newtagen, Panamin. (Panamin), Pantogen (Pantogen), Tiffy, etc.
- Capsulesare available by trade names such as Cohista, Coldocap capsules, Conaid capsules, Cori-c-cap, Pantogen, Vescocap, etc.
- The syrup drughas trade names such as Acetapyrin c syrup, Coldosian syrup, Conaid syrup, Decolgen liquid, Myl. Col syrup (Mycol syrup), Panagin-a syrup (Panagin-a syrup), Paracold, Parco-d syrup, Coldy, etc.
- Paracetamol formula (Paracetamol) + Chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlorpheniramine maleate) + Phenylephrine hydrochloride (Phenylephrine HCl).
- Pillshave trade names such as Decolgen prin, Fecol, Huddy, Mexy, Nofy, Popy dey. ), Pacogen, Tiffy dey, Tiffy deytime, V-coldtac, penal tablet (Painol tablets), etc.
- The capsuleshave a brand name such as Fecol, Noracold capsules, etc.
- Syrup pillshave trade names such as C-mol syrup, Cemol cold, Fefanyl syrup, Meddy syrup, Pyrahis. Pyrahist syrup, Tiffy syrup, etc.
- Paracetamol formula (Paracetamol) + Chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlorpheniramine maleate) + Sudoephedrine Hydrochloride (Pseudoephedrine HCl).
- Tabletshave trade names such as A-mol plus (A-mol plus), Decolgen plus tablet, Decolgen-SD tablet (Decolgen-sd tablet), Nora. Cold tablets (Noracold tablets), Nasictab, Nutacold, Porex tablet, Tiffy fu, Viracold ( Veracold), etc.
- Capsulesare available by trade names such as Koolnox, Noracold capsules, Noracold-s capsules, etc.
- Syrup pillshave trade names such as Decolgen de liquid, Noracold syrup, Tiffy kiddi, etc.
Properties of DeCollagen / Tiffy
- Good call Jane (Decolgen) / Ti Coffee (TIFFY) helps relieve cold with a runny nose, watery eyes, headaches and fever.
- Good call Jane Prince (Decolgen prin) / Ti Coffee Day (TIFFY DEY) helps relieve nasal congestion, runny nose, watery itchy throat, sneezing, headache and a fever caused by allergies, colds or hay fever. , 
- Tiffy syrup (TIFFY SYRUP) is used for children to relieve fever symptoms. Flu with headache Body aches Relieve symptoms of sneezing, stuffy nose and treat allergies such as air allergy 
- Good call Jane Plus (Decolgen plus) / Ti Fu Coffee (TIFFY FU) helps treat stuffy nose, runny nose, tearing, pain or fever. Due to colds or allergies And treat stuffy nose due to sinusitis 
Mechanism of Action
- Paracetamol (Paracetamol) is an analgesic and antipyretic. It has properties to relieve fever (antipyretic) and relieve pain (pain reliever).
- Perfect accompaniment drug Nira Min et Mali (Chlorpheniramine maleate) as antihistamines helps to reduce allergy symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, runny nose, nasal congestion from colds.
- The drug Phenylephrine Hydrochloride (Phenylephrine HCl) is a nasal decongestant. Has properties to help reduce the amount of mucus that causes nasal congestion and breathing difficulties.
- The drug pseudoephedrine hydrochloride (Pseudoephedrine HCl), a prescription nasal congestion relief from colds, flu, sinusitis, hay fever, allergies and other respiratory tract.
With the mechanism of the drug, Decolagen / Tiffy has a therapeutic effect according to the aforementioned properties. Which after ingestion of the drug, the drug will begin to act within about 15-30 minutes and will take effect in the body for 4-6 hours, therefore ineffective because it will gradually be eliminated by the body through urine, sweat, and feces, etc. When the drug is inactive, the symptoms of the disease may return. Had to repeat the drug every 4-6 hours
Before using DeColgen / Tiffy,
When prescribing any medication, including Decolgen / Tiffy, the following things to tell your doctor or pharmacist should know.
- History of paracetamol allergy (Paracetamol), Chlorpheniramine (Chlorpheniramine), Phenylephrine, Pseudoephedrine, and all other drugs including allergy symptoms such as taking medication, increased nausea, rash or tightness, trouble breathing / difficulty breathing. etc.
- Having any underlying diseases and prescription or self-administered medications Including dietary supplements, vitamins, and various herbal drugs that are currently or are currently being used. This is because Decolgen / Tiffy may exacerbate the symptoms of the underlying condition. Or drug interactions with other drugs and / or other pre-ingested supplements such as
- The combination of Decolagen / Tiffy with an anticoagulant such as Warfarin, the paracetamol component of Decagen or Tiffy, may impair the effect of anticoagulants. Of the blood to increase the risk of bleeding easily If there is a need for use together, the doctor will adjust the dosage to suit the patient on a case-by-case basis.
- Combination of Decolagen / Tiffy and Antihistamine (Antihistamine) may cause an increase in the depressant effect of the central nervous system or the brain, causing dizziness. More sleepy If not necessary, the combined use of these drugs should be avoided.
- The combined use of Decogen / Tiffy with Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) can prolong decogenz / tiffy and have a therapeutic effect. Including more drug side effects Therefore, these drugs should be avoided together.
- Have or have had liver disease, kidney disease, alcoholism, glaucoma, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic alveolar disease Thyroid gland dysfunction Enlarged prostate Have problems with the urinary tract
- If it’s a lady They should report that they are pregnant or are on a nursing condition. This is because many drugs can pass through the placenta or milk and enter the baby, potentially causing adverse effects on the baby.
Contraindications / precautions for use of Decolagen / Tiffy
- Do not use this drug in people with a history of hypersensitivity to any component or drug of this drug.
- Do not use this drug with monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs).
- For Decolgen prin / TIFFY DEY with phenylacetin (Phenylephrine) is an ingredient. Do not use with people with high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, vascular disease, kidney disease or thyroid disease. In addition to the doctor ordered  (for people with diabetes Phenylacetamide may increase the risk of developing heart disease and tubes. But it doesn’t increase blood sugar at all)
- Do not use this medication in children younger than 1 year, people who are having asthma, glaucoma (this drug may increase intraocular pressure), an enlarged prostate or urinary incontinence. In addition to the doctor ordered 
- Do not use drugs that have expired or are worn out.
- This drug should not be used for more than 5 days or more than the prescribed dose. Because it can be toxic to the liver (Patients with liver disease, kidney disease should consult a physician or pharmacist before using this drug) 
- Avoid taking the drug together with drinking alcoholic beverages.
- Caution should be exercised in conjunction with drugs that have central depressant effects, such as sleeping pills, antidepressants, anticholinergic drugs .
- Caution should be exercised in patients with high blood pressure. Cardiovascular disease Thyroid disease People with impaired liver or kidney function. And people with a history of asthma, allergies, rhinitis Or emphysema 
- Caution should be exercised in pregnant women. (Especially pregnant women during the first 3 months) and women breastfeeding. The use of drugs in this group of patients must be on the orders of a doctor only. Patients must not buy drugs to eat by themselves .
- Caution is advised when using this drug in children and the elderly. Especially in children under 7 years of age, use of the drug is solely at the discretion of a doctor. (Children and the elderly will be more sensitive to this drug, causing drowsiness, dizziness, hallucinations, low blood pressure, insomnia, dry mouth, congestion, and in some cases, seizures.) 
- This drug may cause drowsiness, dizziness, confusion, dry mouth, blurred vision, thick mucus, interrupted urine, and blood clots.  After taking this drug, avoid or exercise caution when driving. Or working on machines Or work at risk of falling from a height
How to use Decolgen / Tiffy?
- Decolgen / TIFFY is a drug that is suitable for cold symptoms that are accompanied by allergic reactions such as coughing and sneezing.
- Adults aregiven 2 tablets three or four times a day.
- Children aged 7-12 years: Take one tablet three to four times a day.
- Children under 7 yearsThe use of these pediatric drugs is at the discretion of a physician. Because there is no conclusive data on the use of this drug in children under 7 years of age.
- Decolgen prin / TIFFY DEY is a good medicine for flu symptoms with allergies such as coughing, sneezing and heavy mucus.
- For tablets
- Adults:take 1-2 tablets at a time, every 4-6 hours.
- Children aged 6-12 years: 1 tablet at a time, every 4-6 hours.
- Fortiffy syrup (TIFFY SYRUP), 1 teaspoon (5 ml) contains 120 mg paracetamol + 1 mg chlorpheniramine + 5 mg phenylephrine.
- Adults: 2 teaspoons of the drug every 4-6 hours.
- Children aged 6-12 years: 1-2 teaspoons of the drug every 4-6 hours.
- Children aged 3-6 years: 1 teaspoon of the drug every 4-6 hours.
- Children 1-3 years old: 1⁄2-1 teaspoon of the drug every 4-6 hours.
- For tablets
- Decolgen plus / TIFFY FUIn both children and adults, use this drug under the supervision of a physician.
Instructions for use of Decolgen / Tiffy
- This drug can be taken before or with or after food. But if you have abdominal discomfort Take medicine with food or milk.
- For syrup Use a measuring spoon, especially when taking medicine. Do not use coffee spoons or tablespoons in a typical household.
- This medication should be used exactly as directed on the label or as directed by your doctor. Do not use less or more of the medication than indicated. If in doubt, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
- If you are undergoing surgery or any dental work, tell your doctor or dentist if you are taking Decolgen plus or TIFFY FU.
How do i store Decollagen / Tiffy?
- The drug should be stored in a closed container. And always keep medicines out of the reach of children and pets
- The drug should be stored under room temperature. Without being exposed to temperatures over 30 degrees Celsius, such as in a car near a window Or an area exposed to direct sunlight And do not store the drug in a wet or damp area such as in the bathroom.
- For syrup The bottle should be closed tightly. And store the drug under the temperature not higher than 25 ° C
- Discard any expired or worn medication.
When forgetting to take Decolagen / Tiffy
If you forget to take DeCollagen / Tiffy, take it as soon as you remember. But if it is close to the next meal You can skip taking the next pill straight away. Without increasing the dose twice or more than usual
Side effects of Decathlon / Tiffy
- Decolgen / Tiffy (TIFFY)
- Common side effects that may occur during the use of this formulation drug. (If it is continuous or interferes with daily life Should notify the doctor or pharmacist): dry eyes, dry nose, dry mouth, blurred vision, drowsiness, dizziness, forgetfulness, ringing in the ears. Mild nausea, constipation, abdominal pain, difficulty urinating.
- Serious side effects that can occur and should be reported to your doctor or pharmacist immediatelyinclude rash, shortness of breath, swollen face, lips, tongue and throat, hallucinations, confused thoughts, extreme drowsiness or feeling excited, restless, fast or pounding heartbeats, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and stools. Is gray The urine is dark, jaundice, skin blistering, bleeding, fever, chills, weakness.
- Decolgen prin / Tiffy day (TIFFY DEY)
- Common side effects that may occur during the use of this formulation drug. (If it is continuous or interferes with daily life Should inform the doctor or pharmacist): dry eyes, dry nose, dry mouth, blurred vision, drowsiness, difficulty urinating, unusual anxiety in children.
- Possible serious side effects and should notify your doctor or pharmacist immediately: trouble breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat, nausea, abdominal pain, or abdominal discomfort. Jaundice, yellow eyes, weakness, fainting, thirst, bleeding, or ulcers
- Decolgen plus / TIFFY FU
- Common side effects that may occur during the use of this formulation drug. (If it is continuous or interferes with daily life Should notify your doctor or pharmacist): dry mouth, blurred vision, drowsiness, dizziness, forgetfulness, ringing in the ears. Excited or restless, insomnia, loss of appetite, nausea, constipation, abdominal pain, red, itchy skin, red hot skin.
- Potential serious side effects and should be reported to your doctor or pharmacist immediately: hallucinations, confusion, severe headache. Severe dizziness, nervousness, high blood pressure. Fast or irregular heartbeat, numbness, chest pain, nausea, abdominal pain, decreased urine output. Dark urine Light-colored stools Yellow eyes Blistering or bleeding skin, fever, chills, weakness, body aches.
Well, which brand of Collagen and Tiffy are better?
In principle, a drug that has the same active ingredient and the same amount of medication has the same therapeutic effect, even on different brands. Because it is produced using the same standard But there are times when a patient comes to a doctor or pharmacist and says, ” I have taken both drugs, but feel that this drug is more drowsy, this drug is stronger, etc. ” The reason for this may be due to the drug manufacturing process. Of each company that could affect the amount of the drug But let me explain briefly
Usually when the drug is produced He will mix several kilograms of drugs at a time. Then come hammered into a thousand tablets at a time, then the tablets are weighed to find the average per tablet to achieve the specified weight. Which may cause the drug dosage to be inaccurate But the pharmaceutical production standard stipulates that Tolerances must not exceed plus minus 10% to be considered as standard.
Assume that Drug Company A has a tolerance for the drug. Dosage not more than 5% Chlorpheniramine has a dosage of 1.9-2.1 mg per tablet while Pharmaceutical Company B has a dosage tolerance not more than 10%. Each tablet 1.8-2.2 mg, which when viewed from the drug dosage will differ slightly, only a decimal point. This resulted in a slight difference in the therapeutic effects and side effects. And most of the pharmaceutical factories in Thailand will already meet the GMP standard for every factory. Consumers can therefore be confident in the pharmaceutical products that are manufactured in the country that are of certain standards.