Anapran neo


1 coated tablet contains 220 mg naproxenum natricum.

Pharmaceutical form

Tabletka powlekana.


One package contains 10 coated tablets.  


Mild to moderate pain of different origin, including pain of muscles, joints, headaches, toothaches, dysmenorrhea, fever, relieving symptoms of colds and flu (pain, fever).

Dosage and application

The medicine should be taken with or immediately after meals. Adults and youth over 16 years old: 220 mg taken orally every 8 to 12 hours or 440 mg as the first dose followed by 220 mg taken 12 hours afterwards followed by subsequent 220 mg doses every 12 hours if needed. Patients aged between 16 and 65: the daily maximum dose of 660 mg should not be exceeded. Patients aged above 65: the daily maximum dose of 440 mg should not be exceeded. The medicine should not be taken for more than 10 days if used as a painkiller and no more than 3 days when used to treat fever, unless a doctor states otherwise. Children below 16 years of age should not use the Anapran neo medicine, unless a doctor states otherwise. Individuals with severely impaired functioning of the kidneys, liver or heart: the dosage may need to be lowered. The lowest effective dose of the medicine should be used.


Hypersensitivity to naproxen or any of the excipients. Hypersensitivity to acetylsalicylic acid or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs onsetting with symptoms of asthma, rhinitis, nasal polyps or urticarial. Active or history of stomach ulcers and (or) the duodenum with bleeding or without bleeding. Sever heart failure. Severe hepatic impairment. Severe renal impairment. Haemorrhagic diathesis. Third trimester of pregnancy.

Marketing authorisation holder

Pabianickie Zakłady Farmaceutyczne Polfa S.A.
ul. Marszałka J. Piłsudskiego 5,
95-200 Pabianice.

Before use consult the leaflet contained in the package which contains the indications and contraindications, information concerning side effects, the recommended dosage, as well as information on use of the medicine, or consult a doctor or pharmacists as medicines may prove dangerous to your health or life when used improperly.