Leaflet for drug Bromural (Bromoisovalerylcarbamide), manufactured by Knoll A.G. Chemical Works, Ludwigshafen-on-Rhine, Germany. Stocked in the pharmacy of and used in a mental health hospital in Victoria, Australia. Bromural was the trade name under which the drug was marketed by Knoll, the active ingredient being bromoisovalerylcarbamide. Bromural is a day-time sedative and mild soporific (sleep-inducing) prescribed for patients exhibiting symptoms of nervous disorders including tension, anxiety, restlessness and excitement states. It was also indicated for cardiac patients with psycho-vegetative disturbances, and for children, in motion sickness. This drug was used to quieten patients to help them relax.

Physical Description

Single page paper leaflet with navy blue text entitled Bromural. The front page describes the composition of the drug and provides clinical data. The reverse advises on indications and dosage, and bears the Knoll A.G. Chemical Works trademark symbol and company details.

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