From the related link: "This medicine contains phenylephrine HCl, chlorphenamine maleate and paracetamol." The site presently will not let me add the related link, but you can find it at unilab dot com.
Yes, the active ingredient in Brufen is Ibuprofen and it is one of the recommended analgesic/fever reducer medicines when you have the flu.
Sorry... I don't speak that language.
Swine flu isn't a bacteria, its a virus, but sodium hypochlorite, a.k.a. bleach, does kill swine flu, along with all other types of influenza.
Per drug interaction checker at:http://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.php Drug interaction results for the following 5 drug(s): acetaminophen (Ingredient of Nyquil Cold & Flu)dextromethorphan (Ingredient of Nyquil Cold & Flu)doxylamine (Ingredient of Nyquil Cold & Flu)guaifenesin (Ingredient of Mucinex D)pseudoephedrine (Ingredient of Mucinex D)No results found - however, this does not necessarily mean no interactions exist. ALWAYS consult with your doctor or pharmacist.
No, Swine Flu is just one strain of the many flu viruses. Flu is an abbreviation for influenza. So Swine Flu is a type of flu, but all flu is not the swine flu, there are other kinds.
The seasonal flu vaccine and the H1N1 flu vaccine are made by several independent manufacturers. Basically they grow the active ingredient in labs, then for large scale production, they grow it in chicken eggs. They extract it from the eggs and process it to make the vaccine. Most of the vaccines carry a warning that they may include some egg protein, so those who are allergic to eggs should not receive the commonly available vaccines.
A mixture of the standard Human Flu, Bird Flu and Pig Flu. This creates a new strain of flu called swine flu (Influenza A H1 N1).
Swine flu is a flu very similar to the regular flu. Tamiflu is a medicine that you take when you have swine flu or other types of influenza.
The flu. One of the side affects of flu can be death.
You likely won't be able to get swine flu. As for any bad side effects, there are very few untoward side effects from flu vaccines. They have been proven safe and effective over decades of use of vaccines made in the same way with mostly all the same ingredients (with only the virus contained in the vaccines varying from year to year with each seasonal flu vaccine). Usually only a severe allergy to an ingredient in the vaccine is a serious side effect in these vaccines.