ZIVOKSID. 600 mg. 10 tablets
ZIVOKSID. 600 mg. 10 tablets
What type of drug is ZIVOKSID ?
Zivoksid belongs to a group of medicines known as antibacterials .
WHAT IT IS USED ZIVOKSID ?
Zivoksid stops the growth of certain types of bacteria. It is used in the treatment of bacterial infections such as pneumonia , and certain skin or subcutaneous infection.
BEFORE YOU TAKE ZIVOKSID
Zivoksid should not be used :
- If you have experienced an allergic reaction to linezolid or any of the excipients in the formulation of the drug described above.
- If you are taking medications that are known to be monoamine oxidase inhibitors such as phenelzine, isocarboxazid , selezhin moclobemide
- If you have uncontrolled hypertension , pheochromocytomas , carcinoid, thyrotoxicosis , depression, schizoaffective disorder or other mental illnesses .
- If you are breastfeeding
Zivoksid should not be taken during pregnancy. Women of childbearing potential must use adequate contraception . Contact your doctor immediately if you become pregnant , think you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant while taking Zivoksid .
While using Divoksid should not breast-feed, since it is known that he izvachva into breast milk and may affect your baby . Ask your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medicine while breast-feeding.
Important information about some of the ingredients of ZIVOKSID :
If your doctor has told you that you have diabetes, an intolerance to some sugars or are on a diet low in sodium , contact him / her before you start taking this medicine.
ADMISSION OF ZIVOKSID with food and drink
Zivoksid can interact with tyramine , a substance that occurs naturally in some foods and cause an increase in your blood pressure . Therefore not recommended consumption of very mature cheese, yeast extract , soy extracts and drinking alcohol , especially beer and wine while taking Zivoksid . If you get an alarming headache after eating, tell your doctor or pharmacist.
HOW TO TAKE DIVOKSID ?
Your doctor will tell you how and how many tablets to take to continue treatment. There are separate leaflets for tablets and solution for infusion.
The usual adult dose is 1 tablet / 600 mg linezolid / twice daily , taken orally .
Your doctor will determine what dose is appropriate for you.
If you are on dialysis should receive Zivoksid after dialysis .
The course of treatment usually lasts 10 to 14 days , but can reach up to 28 days or more. Continue to take Zivoksid until your doctor tells you to stop.
Safety and effectiveness in children and adolescents has not been established and therefore , Linezolid should not be used in this age group.
DURING TREATMENT WITH ZIVOKSID :
Tell your doctor if you during treatment with Zivoksid develop any of the following :
- Develop Do symptoms of lactic atsedoza
- Do you have symptoms of visual impairment
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
Zivoksid as all medicines can cause some side effects
Tell your doctor immediately if during treatment with Zivoksid notice any of these side effects:
- Skin reactions such as redness and inflamed skin flakes, rash , itching , swelling, particularly of the face and neck . This may be a sign of allergic reactions and may need to stop taking Zivoksid ;
- Vision problems such as blurred vision ;
- Diarrhea , particularly bleeding . This can indicate inflammation of the intestines , which can occur during treatment with antibiotics, and it may be necessary to interrupt your treatment ;
- Recurrent nausea or vomiting , abdominal pain
Other side effects include:
Common - fungal infections , especially vaginal thrush , headache , diarrhea , nausea and vomiting , changes in the results of some blood tests , changes in the numbers of certain blood cells, which may povrliyae coagulation or result in anemia
Uncommon - inflammation of the vagina or genital area in women, changes in the number of certain blood cells, which may affect your immunity , insomnia , dizziness, feeling of numbness and tingling , blurred vision, tinnitus, high blood pressure, inflammation of the veins , indigestion , abdominal pain, constipation, dry or sore mouth , swelling, inflammation and discoloration of the tongue , skin rash , frequent urination , fever, feeling tired or thirst, increased sweating , changes in proteins , salts or enzymes blood that measure kidney and liver function.