In the interaction of acetylcysteine with other bronchodilators, synergy occurs. With simultaneous application of Helpex Breeze and drugs with paracetamol, acetylcysteine can reduce the hepatotoxic effect of the latter. Increases the amount of glutathione in the body, which is responsible for the binding of free radicals.
When using ambroxol hydrochloride with some antibiotics (cefuroxime, amoxicillin, doxycycline and erythromycin), the drug increases their concentration in secretion and sputum.
If you simultaneously use "Helpex Breeze" and other antitussive drugs, it can lead to the accumulation of mucus and worsen cough. This combination can be used only after the recommendation of the attending physician.
Simultaneous application of Helpex Breeze with certain antibiotics (tetracycline, amphotericin B, ampicillin, aminoglycoside, cephalosporin) may result in a decrease in the effect of both drugs. It is very important to take these funds with an interval of two hours.
When interacting with activated carbon, the effectiveness of acetylcysteine decreases.
If you use acetylcysteine along with nitroglycerin, this can cause an increase in the vasodilating effect of the latter.
Long-term therapy with histamine and acetylcysteine is unacceptable, as this can cause unpleasant symptoms (itching, vasomotor rhinitis, headaches).