DOXIJAB-50 is the composite of Cefpodoxime Dry Syrup which is used to treat infection caused by bacteria.
It is used to treat bacterial infections of the lungs, nose, throat, ears, skin, bladder, and other parts of the body. It is also used to treat children with typhoid fever. This medication prevents infection by either killing or inhibiting the development of germs. This is also used for treating Gonorrhea, but this syrup is only used for treating a wide variety of infections in paediatrics.
Cefpodoxime works by preventing the formation of the bacterial protective covering (cell wall) which is essential for the survival of the bacteria. By doing so, this medicine stops the infection-causing bacteria from growing further and prevents the infection from spreading without making the bacteria resistant to further treatment.
Benefits Of Cefpodoxime Dry Syrup
- Use for a wide variety of bacterial infections.
- Also effective for treating typhoid fever.
- Cure small wounds in the body caused by bacteria.
Direction To Use This Medicine
Take Cefpodoxime Dry Syrup by mouth after measuring it with a measuring cup. Shake vigorously before using. Cefoprox 100mg Dry Syrup should be taken with meals. Based on the condition being treated, it is generally taken every 12 hours for 5 to 14 days.
Precautions For Cefpodoxime Dry Syrup
Inform the doctor straight once if the patient experiences any of the following symptoms: prolonged diarrhoea, abdominal or stomach pain/cramping, or blood/mucus in the stool. If the patient has any of these symptoms, do not take anti-diarrhoea or opioid drugs since these items may aggravate them. Inform your doctor straight away if you have any of the following symptoms: abdominal or stomach pain/cramping, blood/mucus in your stool. If the patient has any of these symptoms, do not take anti-diarrhoea or opioid drugs since these items may aggravate them.
Side Effects Of Cefpodoxime Dry Syrup
Cefpodoxime Dry Syrup has few negative effects and is well tolerated by youngsters. If adverse effects do arise, they are likely to go away as the body adjusts to the medication. Consult a doctor if these adverse effects continue, annoy the kid, or last for an extended length of time.
- Abdominal pain