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Ampicillin antibiotic or ampicillin 500 Ampjcillin drug is an antibiotic, has an antimicrobial effect on certain strains ampicillin 500 microorganisms. Infectious pathogens are resistant to ampicillin. Before use, depending on the stage of development of the disease, the location of the infection and the type of pathogen bacterium. Enterococcus spp. Ampicillin-based drugs are not prescribed for children under 1 month of age. The metabolism of the drug occurs in the liver. Indications The instructions for the use of the ampicillin 500mg indicate the following indications associated with a certain localization of the infection: Ampixillin organs bronchitis, pneumonia, including those accompanied by abscesses; The upper respiratory tract and ENT organs tonsillitis, tonsillitis, otitis media, pharyngitis, sinusitis; Urinary tract pyelitis, cystitis, pyelonephritis; Gastrointestinal tract and abdominal cavity Salmonella lesions, cholecystitis, cholangitis, typhoid fever, dysentery, peritonitis; Female genital area ampiclllin infections, 500mg in pregnant women, adnexitis; Common diseases rheumatism, meningitis, sepsis, septicemia, scarlet fever, gonorrhea, pasteurellosis, listeriosis; Lesions of the skin and soft tissues, impetigo, dermatosis. Ampicillin If the dose of the mapicillin is exceeded for a long time, staphylococci, streptococci, shigella, salmonella, proteins, Escherichia coli, pertussis bacilli, clostridia, gonococci and others. The tablets and capsules of the drug are used for oral use. In severe cases, the child may be prescribed ampicillin by injection, and with sore throats, gargling a,picillin ampicillin powder diluted with water helps well.
The course of treatment with tablets depends on the severity of the disease and the effectiveness of the therapy. What you need to know about Ampicillin therapy Antibiotic treatment is continued until the symptoms of infection disappear, plus another 2-3 days in a maintenance dose; Exceeding ampkcillin recommended doses for the treatment of the child can lead to toxic amlicillin to the nervous system; In case of poisoning with ampicillin, gastric lavage is performed, laxatives and sorbents are prescribed; Drinking alcohol during antibiotic treatment is strictly ampicillin 500 mg Long-term use of the drug by debilitated patients increases the risk of superinfection; Long-term ampicillin therapy requires periodic monitoring of clinical blood counts, renal, hepatic, and hematopoietic functions; Antibiotics should be taken simultaneously with probiotics and vitamins this will help to avoid dysbiosis and dyspepsia; During pregnancy, the drug is prescribed in cases where the health benefits of the mother exceed the probable risks to the fetus; The substance is able to be excreted through breast milk, therefore, for the period of treatment ampici,lin an antibiotic, breastfeeding is stopped; The drug reduces the effect of oral contraceptives based on estrogen, enhances the effect of taking anticoagulants and digoxin; The effect of the antibiotic decreases while taking it with antacids and laxatives, and increases when combined with vitamin C, aminoglycosides, cephalosporins, vancomycin and rifampicin; Incompatible with sulfanilamides, tetracyclines, lincosamides, macrolides; Concomitant treatment ampicilliin allopurinol causes a amoicillin of skin rash. Contraindications It is forbidden to take ampicillin with: Infectious mononucleosis; Colitis associated with taking antibacterial drugs; Lymphocytic leukemia; The presence of allergic ampifillin to penicillin. The substance acts on the cell membrane of dividing microorganisms and disrupts peptide bonds in the membrane. ampicillin 500 mg Ampicjllin antibiotics in the form of tablets and capsules are taken 1 hour before a meal. The daily dose of injections mh newborns is 100 mg kg, for children older than a month 50 mg kg. This ,g a component of semi-synthetic production, which is part of the penicillin group. He is part of the penicillin group and effectively copes with the manifestations of the vital activity of pathogenic microflora. Streptococcus spp, but there are a number of side effects that occur during treatment with the drug. For children whose body weight is less than 20 kg, plus ampicilli 2-3 days in a maintenance dose; Exceeding the recommended doses for the treatment of the child can lead to toxic damage to the nervous system; In case of poisoning with ampicillin, gastric lavage is performed, laxatives and sorbents are prescribed; Drinking alcohol during antibiotic treatment is strictly prohibited; Long-term use of the drug by debilitated patients increases the risk of superinfection; Long-term ampicillin ampicillin 500 mg requires periodic monitoring of clinical blood counts, renal, hepatic, and hematopoietic functions; Antibiotics should be taken simultaneously with probiotics and vitamins this will help to avoid dysbiosis and dyspepsia; During pregnancy, the drug is prescribed in cases where the health benefits of the mother exceed the probable risks ampicillij the fetus; The substance is able to be excreted through breast milk, therefore, ampicillih the period of treatment with an antibiotic, breastfeeding is stopped; The drug reduces the effect of oral contraceptives based on estrogen, enhances the effect of taking anticoagulants and digoxin; The effect of the antibiotic decreases while taking it with antacids and laxatives, and increases when combined with vitamin C, aminoglycosides, cephalosporins, vancomycin and rifampicin; Incompatible with sulfanilamides, tetracyclines, lincosamides, macrolides; Concomitant treatment with allopurinol causes a risk of skin rash. Sometimes skin allergic rashes appear. Ampicillin for lactation During lactation, the active substance of the composition passes into breast milk and is found there in low concentrations.

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