Bacampicillin (Bacampicillin)

Name:Bacampicillin (Bacampicillin)

Indications for use:
Bacterial infections: bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchi), pneumonia (inflammation of the lungs), dysentery, salmonellosis, colienteritis (inflammation of the small intestine caused by Escherichia coli), pyelonephritis (inflammation of the tissue of the kidney and renal pelvis), purulent infections of the skin and soft tissues , gonorrhea, etc., caused by microorganisms sensitive to the product.

Pharmacological action:
Semi- synthetic antibiotic from the penicillin group for oral administration. It has a bacteriolytic (destroying bacteria) effect. It has a wide spectrum of action, including gram-positive (streptococci, pneumococci, staphylococci that do not produce penicillinase – an enzyme that destroys penicillins) and gram-negative microorganisms (enterococci, gonococci, Escherichia and Haemophilus influenzae, also Branhamella catarralis, Proteus mirabilis, Shigella species). Acid-resistant, does not break down in the intestines.

Bacampicillin (Bacampicillin) method of administration and dose:
Before prescribing a product to a patient, it is desirable to determine the susceptibility of the microflora to it that caused the disease in this patient. Adults are prescribed for infections of moderate severity, 0.4 g 2 times a day; in severe infections – 0.8 g 2 times a day. In acute uncomplicated gonorrhea, a single dose of 1.6 g is prescribed.
Children are prescribed at the rate of 12.5 mg / kg of body weight 2 times a day. In severe cases, the dose can be doubled.

Bacampicillin (Bacampicillin) contraindications:
Increased susceptibility to peniiillins, impaired liver function.
The drug should be administered with caution to patients with an indication of allergic reactions in history (case history).

Bacampicillin (Bacampicillin) side effects:
Allergic reactions: urticaria, erythema (limited reddening of the skin), Quincke’s edema, rhinitis (inflammation of the nasal mucosa), conjunctivitis (inflammation of the outer membrane of the eye); not often – fever (a sharp increase in body temperature), joint pain, eosinophilia (an increase in the number of eosinophils in the blood); very rarely – anaphylactic (allergic) shock.

Release form:
Tablets of 0.4 and 0.8 g.

Baclofen, Lioresal, Penbak, Penglob.

Storage conditions:
List B. In a dry place protected from light.

Before using the medication“Bacampicillin (Bacampicillin)” should be consulted with a doctor.
The instructions are provided solely for familiarization with “Bacampicillin (Bacampicillin) “.

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