Cepraxim Dispersible have Cefixime as an active ingredient. It is known as cephalosporin antibiotic. Cepraxim works by fighting bacteria in body by killing them as well as stop their growth thus preventing too. As an antibiotic it breaks the cell wall of bacteria and kills it permanently. It helps to treat much type of infections such as Tonsillitis, Sinusitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Upper Respiratory Tract Infections, Otitis, and Laryngitis. It also works for STDs like gonorrhea, syphilis, Chlamydia etc...
- Manufactured By: Scindia Pharma
- Active Ingredients: Cefixime Dispersible 100 / 200 mg
- Release Form: Oral Tablets
- Strength: 100 mg
- Packing Size: 10*10 Tablets
Usage: Cepraxim is a cephalosporin antibiotic which fights bacterial infection caused by bacteria. It kills bacteria along with stop their growth so it helps to decrease infection. It is not safe for children below 6 months old. Dosage of medicine is advisable as per doctor s instructions. It s completely depending upon patient age, medical condition and severity of infection. Medicine can take with or without food. Do not stop or discontinue dose without consultation of doctor as it may give worse effect on health. Follow the complete course of treatment to get best result.
- Dosage: As directed by the physician
- Storage: Keep in cool, dark & dry place.
- Stomach discomfort.
- Gas/Air in stomach
FAQ: Cepraxim DS
Does This Medicine Cause Diarrhea
Yes, Cepraxim Ds Is An Antibiotic Which Kills Harmful Bacteria But Also Affect Helpful Bacteria In Stomach Or Intestine And Cause Diarrhea.
What Happened If I Forget Dose
Take The Missed Dose As Soon As You Remember But Do Not Take It If Your Next Dose Is Scheduled At Nearby Time.
Does This Medicine Affect On Kidney
No, It Is Safe For The Kidney When Take Alone. If Is Taken With Any Other Medicines They It May Harmful To The Kidneys. Inform To Your Doctor For More Details.
Dose This Use During Pregnancy
No, It Is Not Safe To Use In Pregnancy Until Unless Suggest By Doctor.
Keep medicine out of reach of Children