Tramadol available as drops

Tramadol oral drops may be useful for patients with dysphagia
Tramadol oral drops may be useful for patients with dysphagia

Tramadol is now available as oral drops, supplied in a bottle with integral dropper. The recommended dose is 20–40 drops (50–100mg) three to four times daily. Drops must be diluted with water before taking.

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