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Q-Bact Injection 1gm 1 Vial
Q-Bact Injection 1gm 1 Vial is used to treat a range of bacterial illnesses (Such as Lower and Upper urinary tract infections and respiratory tract infections skin soft tissues, joint and bone meningitis, septicemia, and other infections).
Uses Of Q-Bact Injection 1gm 1 Vial
- The drug is used to treat upper and lower the urinary tract;
- skin soft tissue
- joint and bone diseases
Side Effects Of Q-Bact Injection 1gm 1 Vial
When not to use
- This medicine is not suggested to patients who have an allergic reaction to cefoperazone.
- Any other medications belonging to the class of cephalosporin or beta-lactam of antibiotics.
How To Use
- The medicine must be taken at the recommended dose after eating.
- This medication should be given by nurses or other qualified health professional. It is administered via an injection into muscle or vein.
- Even if you feel better after the initial doses, it is recommended to take each dose as directed to eliminate the disease. In the event that you discontinue taking this medication in the early stages it is possible that the infection will return.
Cefoperazone treats infections like those listed below:
- Infections of the Respiratory Tract
- Infections of the abdominal wall as well as Peritonitis ( irritation of the the lining of the stomach) Septicemia (invasion of bacteria and their toxins into the bloodstream) caused by bacteria
- Skin and Skin Structure Infections
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Endometritis (inflammation of the lining of the uterus) and other female Reproductive Tract Infections.
Consult your physician prior to taking this medication if you suffer from penicillin (antibiotic), Cephalosporins (antibiotic) or Sulbactam (antibiotic) allergies.
- It is not recommended to take or share other people’s medicines.
- Store the medicines in a safe place at the temperature of room.
- All medicines should be kept away from the reach of pets and children.
- Get rid of any medication that is no longer being used or are expired.
- Unless you are instructed otherwise If you are not instructed, don’t flush or dump anything down the toilet unless you are instructed to do so.
- If you are unsure regarding the proper disposal of your medications, talk to your pharmacist.
Cefoperazone is to be used at the time of pregnancy, only in cases of a need that is clear. Ask your doctor for advice before using this medication during pregnancy.
Cefoperazone is believed to be excreted by breast milk in small amounts. Breastfeeding mothers are advised to consult with their physician prior to using this medication.
Cefoperazone dosage is adjusted when required in patients suffering from liver diseases. Before taking this medicine patients should consult with their physician.
Cefoperazone dosage can be adjusted when needed by patients suffering from renal impairment. Before taking this medication, individuals should talk to their physician.