Have you checked the medicines and preservatives your child is taking? ‘Color-free, preservative-free’ children’s cold medicine champ

▲ 4 types of champs

[정재원 기자] Recently, patients with parainfluenza virus infection in children under 6 years of age are rapidly spreading. In a briefing earlier this month, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) urged caution as the number of patients infected with parainfluenza virus continues to increase.

Parainfluenza virus is one of the common cold viruses. Like COVID-19 or the flu, it is spread through direct contact or droplet contact with the secretions of an infected person. In Korea, it is known as a summer cold, which is mainly prevalent between April and August. There is no vaccine or treatment available, so treatment is based on symptoms, such as antipyretics or fluid supplementation.

The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) believes that the anomaly of the parainfluenza virus may be a precursor to this winter’s flu pandemic. Most daycare centers have already sent a notice about the parainfluenza virus to each family. Parents are nervous about the parainfluenza virus epidemic.

A Champ born through repeated worries with a mother’s heart

Dong-A Pharmaceutical Champ, born with the idea of ​​’a mother who doesn’t want to miss out on even the smallest things about children’, was launched with three differentiating points: safety, portability, and economy.

The Champ brand has four lineups, including ‘Champ Syrup’, ‘Champ Ibufen Syrup’, ‘Champ Nose Syrup’, and ‘Champ Corp Liquid’. All of these products are free from coloring and preservatives. In addition, it is convenient to take in the form of a disposable stick pouch of 5mL each, and is more hygienic than the large-capacity bottle packaging because it is easy to carry and individually packaged. Easy-Cut technology can be applied without scissors.

The ‘acetaminophen’ ingredient in Champ Syrup is an antipyretic analgesic ingredient whose safety and effectiveness have been confirmed through decades of research and actual use worldwide. It can be fed even if the child is on an empty stomach because the burden on stomach disorders is low. From infants over 4 months of age to children under 12 years of age, you can choose comfortably according to the growth of your child.

Children’s antipyretic and cold medicine representative brand Champ

Champ brand won the grand prize in the Good Brand Children’s Antipyretic Pain Relief category at the 2021 Korea Pharm Awards hosted by the Korean Pharmaceutical Association and the Pharmacist Gongron. At the Korea Farm Award Good Brand, 1,000 pharmacists directly participate in the brand selection process.

In addition, Champ Syrup has ranked first in domestic sales for the past three years in the children’s fever-reducing drug market. It continues to rank first in sales in the first half of 2021.

Dong-A Pharmaceutical recently delivered Champ Syrup to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as it was included in a set of self-treatment kits for children made for home treatment of coronavirus patients. The self-treatment kit for children consists of an oxygen saturation meter, a thermometer, hand sanitizer, disinfectant for washing, and an antipyretic agent. Among them, Champ syrup is included as an antipyretic agent.

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