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Calpol is a brand of children's medicine sold in the UK, Ireland and India. The main product is a paracetamol suspension. It is usually a coloured syrup with a sweet taste, used to treat fever and pain. Calpol also comes in a form containing ibuprofen, marketed under the name Calprofen.

In the UK, Calpol is widely available in most pharmacies and supermarkets.

The name Calpol is commonly used to refer to any pediatric paracetamol suspension and could be considered a Genericized Trademark

Calpol comes in 5 age ranges:

  • 0-5 Months (containing 0.5mg of paracetamol per sachet)
  • 5-12 Months (containing 30mg of paracetamol per sachet)
  • 1-2 Years (containing 50mg of paracetamol per sachet)
  • 3-5 Years (containing 70mg of paracetamol per sachet)
  • 6+ Years (containing 150mg of paracetamol per sachet)

Calpol also comes in tablet form and in sachets.

invented by Dr. Pascoe

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