Dayzone 1gm Inj

Dayzone 1gm Inj

Dayzone 1gm Inj


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Pack Size: 20’s

Composition: Quetiapine

Pharmaceutical form: Tablets

Brand Name: High-Q 

Availability: In stock


Uses Of Dayzone 1gm Inj

  • Dayzone 1gm Inj is used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections.
  • This drug belongs to a class of medicines known as cephalosporin antibiotics.
  • It works by stopping the growth of bacteria.
  • This medicine isn’t recommended for use in babe with high blood bilirubin situations and unseasonable babies due to the increased threat of side goods.
  • Ask the croaker or druggist for details.

Side Effects

  • Lump, greenishness, or pain at the injection point may occur.
  • However, tell your croaker or druggist instantly, If any of these goods last or get worse.
  • Flashback that this drug has been specified because your croaker has judged that the benefit to you is lesser than the threat of side goods.
  • numerous people using this drug don’t have serious side goods.
  • Tell your croaker right down if you have any serious side goods, including easy bruising/ bleeding, unusual frazzle, symptoms of gallbladder complaint( similar to stomach/ abdominal pain, nausea, puking), signs of order problems( similar to a change in the quantum of urine), pink/ bloody/ dark urine, painful/ frequent urination, reverse/ side pain, yellowing eyes skin, willful movements, confusion, seizures.

How To Use Dayzone 1gm Inj

  • This drug is given by injection into a muscle or tone as directed by your croaker generally formerly or doubly daily.
  • The lozenge is grounded on your medical condition and response to treatment.
  • Dra ink plenitude of fluids while using this drug unless your croaker directs you otherwise.
  • However, learn all medication and operation instructions from healthcare professionals, If you’re using this drug at home.
  • Avoid mixing ceftriaxone with IV fluids that have calcium in them similar to Ringer’s result, Hartmann’s result, and parenteral nutrition- TPN/ PPN).
  • Consult your druggist for details about the safe use of IV calcium products in babies, children, and grown-ups( see preventives section).
  • Before using, check this product’s visual or discolorationordiscoloration.
  • However, don’t use the liquid, If either is present. Learn how to store and discard medical inventories safely.


  • Medicine relations may change how your specifics work or increase your threat for serious side goods.
  • This document doesn’t contain all possible medicine relations.
  • Keep a list of all the products you use( including traditional/ nonprescription medicines and herbal products) and partake in it with your croaker and druggist.
  • Don’t start, stop, or change the lozenge of any drugs without your croaker approval.
  • Some products that may interact with this medicine include calcium-containing IV fluids.


  • Before using ceftriaxone, tell your croaker or druggist if you’re antipathetic to it; or to other antibiotics( similar to penicillins, other cephalosporins); or if you have any other disinclinations.
  • This product may contain inactive constituents, which can beget antipathetic responses or other problems.
  • Talk to your druggist for further details.
  • Before using this drug, tell your croaker or druggist your medical history, especially of gallbladder complaint, order complaint, liver complaint, and stomach/ intestinal conditions( similar to colitis).
  • Don’t give any products by the tone that contain calcium( including IV results similar to Ringer’s result, Hartmann’s result, and parenteral nutrition- TPN/ PPN) to a invigorated lower than 1-month-old who’s entering this drug.
  • Doing so can beget serious problems in the vital organs.


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