VIVEX 500 mg. 7 tablets
VIVEX is a broad spectrum antibiotic, which means that Viveks works by killing many types of bacteria that cause infections. Viveks contains levofloxacin as active substance. It belongs to a class of quinolone antibiotitsiet.
VIVEX be used to treat infections of mild or moderate severity in adults against which the drug is effective, such as:
- Sinus infections
- Infection of the lungs and major airways: acute cases of chronic bronchitis or pneumonia
- Urinary tract infections
- Chronic bacterial infection of the prostate
- Infections of skin and soft tissue
BEFORE YOU TAKE VIVEX
Do not take VIVEX
- If you are allergic to levofloxacin or any of the other ingredients of Viveks or to any other antibiotic from the quinolone family, for example. moxifloxacin, ciprofloxacin or ofloxacin
- If you suffer from epilepsy
- If you have ever had problems with ligaments associated with treatment with antibiotics of the class of quinolones
- During pregnancy
- During breastfeeding
Tablets should not be given to children or adolescents teens.
Take special care with VIVEX:
- In the most severe cases of pneumonia caused by certain pathogens.
- In nosocomial infections caused by certain pathogens
- Infections caused by certain pathogens
- If you have inflammation of the tendon during treatment with Viveks
- It most commonly affects the Achilles tendon. The risk of tendinitis and tendon rupture is higher in elderly patients who have used steroids. If you experience symptoms of tendinitis, seek medical advice immediately. Stop taking Viveks and start treating the affected tendon, for example rest of the affected limb.
- If you have severe, persistent and / or bloody diarrhea during or after treatment with Viveks.
Inform your doctor immediately as such diarrhea may be a sign of serious bowel inflammation, which may occur as a result of antibiotic treatment. Stop taking Viveks. Your doctor will change your treatment. Do not take medicines against diarrhea, which can slow bowel. Ask your doctor about this.
- If you have a tendency to seizures
Treatment with Viveks have a greater risk of seizures if you have a history of brain injury such as stroke or brain injury. You should tell your doctor if you have had spent a similar illness. You should not take the tablets if you suffer from epilepsy.
They may have a greater tendency to bruise cramps during concomitant fenbufen and similar nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
- If you have glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency
- If you suffer from kidney disease
- If you experience a serious allergic reaction - usually after receiving the initial dose
- If you are taking oral product for lowering blood sugar or insulin
- If you are exposed to strong sunlight or UV rays.
- If you are treated concomitantly with vitamin K antagonists
- If you have a psychosis or a history of mental illness
- If there is a risk of cardiac dysfunction
- If symptoms of nerve damage, such as problems sensation of hands and feet.
- If you have to do urinalysis for drugs
- If you have symptoms of liver disease, such as the jaundice, itching, loss of appetite, painful abdomen.
Children and adolescents should not take Vivex, since it can not be excluded risk of damage to the tissues of the joints.
This group often found impaired renal function. You should ask your doctor if your dose should be adjusted
Taking other medicines:
Corticosteroids, sometimes called steroids - used for inflammation.
- Vitamin K antagonists such as warfarin - for thinning the blood.
- Theophylline - used at breathing problems
- Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - used for pain and inflammation like aspirin, ibubrofen, fenbufen, ketoprofen and indomethacin.
- Probenecid - used against gout; cimetidine - used against ulcers and heartburn. The elimination of levofloxacin is slightly reduced. This is unlikely to affect your treatment. Must be given special attention when drugs such as probenecid and cimetidine be taken with Viveks because it can affect elimination by the kidneys. If you have kidney problems, your doctor may reduce your dose.
Pregnancy and lactation:
Ask your doctor before taking any medicine.
Vivex Do not take if you are pregnant, you think you become pregnant or suspect that you are pregnant or breast-feeding or plan to breast-feed.
Driving and using machines
Please get side effects after taking visual disturbances. Some of the side effects may be violation
Important information about some of the ingredients of Viveks
This product contains lactose.
HOW TO TAKE VIVEX?
Dosage in patients with normal renal function:
Sinusitis: 1 tablet 500 mg once daily
Acute exacerbation of chronic bronchitis - 1/2 film-coated tablet 500 mg to 1 500 mg tablet once a day.
Pneumonia: 1 tablet 500 mg once or twice daily
Urinary tract infections: 1/2 tablet 500 mg once daily
Chronic bacterial prostatitis: 1 tablet 500 mg once daily
Infections of skin and soft tissue: 1/2 tablet 500 mg once daily or 1 tablet 500 mg once or twice daily
Dosage in patients with impaired renal function:
Kreatinininov clearance: 250 mg / 24 h - First dose - 250 mg
500 mg / 24 h - First dose - 500 mg
500 mg / 12 h - First dose - 500 mg
50-20 mL / min: 250 mg / 24 h - 125 mg / 24 h
500 mg / 24 h - 250 mg / 24 h
500 mg / 12 h - 500 mg / 12 h
19-10 mL / min: 250 mg / 24 h - 125 mg / 24 h
500 mg / 24 h - 125 mg / 24 h
500 mg / 12 h - 125 mg / 12 h
10 ml / min 250 mg / 24 h - 125 mg / 48 h
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Taking this medicine:
Swallow the film-coated tablets without mashing, with sufficient liquid. If your dose should be adjusted, you can split the tablet exactly where the score line. You can take the tablets with meals or between meals.
Duration of treatment:
The duration of treatment depends on how serious the infection.
If you feel that the effect of Vivex is too strong or too weak, talk to your doctor.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS:
Common: Rare, watery stools, fatigue, elevated blood levels of certain liver enzymes
Uncommon: reduced number of white blood cells, increase in certain blood cells, dizziness, headache, drowsiness, dizziness, vertigo, vomiting, stomach pain, indigestion, signs of impaired renal function, rash, itching, loss of appetite , fungal infections, weakness, signs of liver dysfunction, sleep problems, nervousness
Rare: rapid heartbeat, low blood platelets, bronchospasm, inflammation of the intestines, itchy skin rash, tendon pain, low blood pressure, impaired mental status, depression, confusion, anxiety.
Very rare: a drastic reduction in the number of certain white blood cells. This leads to severe symptoms, nerve damage, disturbance or loss of sense of taste, decreased or loss of sense of smell, visual impairment, hearing impairment, acute renal failure, photosensitivity of the skin to sunlight and ultraviolet radiation, lower blood sugar, muscle weakness, psychotic reactions manifested behavior self-
Not known: impaired cardiac function, tinnitus, severe skin reactions with blisters on the skin and mucous membranes, sweating, muscle damage, pain, disability associated with hypersensitivity, yellowing of skin and whites of the eye
The active ingredient is levofloxacin hemihydrate
Other ingredients are:
Tablet core: microcrystalline cellulose type 102, powdered cellulose, pregelatinized starch, corn starch, crospovidone type A, povidone K25, sodium stearyl fumarate
Film-coating: lactose monohydrate, hypromellose, titanium dioxide, maklogol, iron oxide yellow, iron oxide red, iron oxide black.