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Agifen: is it suitable for flu in kids under 10?

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Pediatrics 28 years experience
NOT RECOMMENDED: Relenza (zanamivir), tamiflu (oseltamivir phosphate), symmetrel (amantadine), Flumadine (rimantadine) are the only approved medication for influenza currently in the usa. So i would not recommend "agifen" as i can't find any information on it.
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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine 59 years experience
Not available in US: Agifen is the trade name of an analgesic which is a mixture of metamizole, pitofenone and fenpiverinium.It was marketed in central and eastern europe;south america. Not recommended in children not available in usa.
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