With a presence in over 80 countries, paracetamol in Panadol is one of the world’s most trusted pain relievers.1,2
Panadol with paracetamol
Globally, paracetamol or acetaminophen is one of the most used analgesic and antipyretic over-the-counter drugs.3
Multi-component paracetamol preparations
Paracetamol is currently formulated as a single compound or as an active ingredient of multi-component preparations in combination with active ingredients1 to provide relief from fever and different types of pain (e.g. muscular and joint pains, headaches and migraines, and dysmenorrhoea).
Can be taken on an empty stomach
Paracetamol does not compromise the stomach’s protective lining and can be taken even on an empty stomach or by those at risk of stomach ulcers.4,5*(when used as directed)
The bi-layer technology uses two formulations – an immediate release layer on the outside of the caplet and a second underlying layer that delivers the remaining paracetamol for up to 8 hours of pain relief.8
The Panadol range includes products with innovative technology for faster disintegration and absorption5,8 and, in combination with other ingredients such as caffeine to effectively handle tough pains.10-15
Panadol offers a range of solutions for individual patient needs
Releases paracetamol even before it reaches the stomach.16 Does not compromise the stomach’s protective lining and can be taken even on an empty stomach or by those at risk of stomach ulcers.4,5*(when used as directed)
Panadol Baby & Infant contains paracetamol, which is recommended as first-line treatment for fever and mild-to-moderate pain in children.17-19
Panadol in practice
Fever is a common sign and symptom observed in a variety of clinical settings.25 Discover more about fever in adults and children including how to assess fever, “red flag” symptoms and its management.
Headache disorders, characterised by recurrent episode of headaches, are one of the most common disorders of the nervous system and, can be painful and disabling to sufferers.26 Find out more about tension-type headaches and migraines, “red flag” symptoms and how to manage them.