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What is cough?-

Cough is a defensive reflex of the body that functions to keep the airways clear of irritating or obstructing substances so that breathing, especially the intake of oxygen, is effective.

Cough is also the most frequent symptom of respiratory disease. Coughing that brings up thick mucus can be due to cold or respiratory infections.

Cough due to upper respiratory infections is usually harmless although it can affect your quality of life as it can be irritating and distressing to yourself and others.

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Cofsils Medicated Cough Syrup is effective against which kind of cough? +
How does Cofsils Medicated Cough Syrup work on multi-symptom cough? +
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What is Cofsils Natural Cough Syrup? +
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Reference:
  • *Pappas D & Hendley OJ. The Common Cold and Decongestant Therapy. Pediatrics in Review 2011; 32(2):47-55

  • Goldman RD. Honey for treatment of cough in children. Canadian Family Physician Dec.2014, 60: 1107 – 1110

  • Gairola, S, Gupta V, et. al. Herbal antitussives and expectorants - A review. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research. January-March, 2014, 5 (2): 5 – 9

What is sore throat? -

A sore throat is often the first sign of a cold or influenza, and 85-90% of the time, it is caused by viruses. Most cases of acute sore throat due to upper respiratory tract infections are usually not serious and are self-limiting, generally improving within a week.

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Are there any side effects involved in using Cofsils Cough Lozenges? +
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Reference:
  • Oxford JS, Leuwer M. Acute sore throat revisited: clinical and experimental evidence for the efficacy of over-the-counter AMC/DCBA throat lozenges. Int J Clin Pract 2011;65(5):524-30

What are throat infections?-

Throat infections involve the whole back of your throat or just your tonsils. Tonsils are small lumps of tissue in the back of your throat. Tonsils help fight infection but sometimes get infected themselves. Infection of the tonsils is called tonsillitis.

Everyone gets throat infections, but tonsillitis happens mostly to children. Throat infections are usually caused by a virus but may be caused by bacteria. Symptoms include swollen, red tonsils and severe pain when you swallow.

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What is Cofsils Experdine Gargle and what is it used for?+
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Reference:
  • Kanagalingam J, Feliciano R, et.al. Practical use of povidone-iodine antiseptic in the maintenance of oral health and in the prevention and treatment of common oropharyngeal infections. Int J Clin Pract. 2015 Nov; 69(11):1247-56