The package insert of the medicine Respicilin

the package insert of the medicine Respicilin. Therapeutic class of the Systemic Antibiotics. Active principlesAmoxicillin and Bromexina.

what For?

In the treatment of infectious processes caused by germs sensitive to amoxicillin: respiratory infections and ear: pneumonia, bronchitis, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, sinusitis, otitis media. Urinary tract infections: cystitis, polinefrite, urethritis and gonorrhea. Infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue: erysipelas, cellulitis, abscesses, polidermites, injury, infection and furunculosis.

oral – adult Use and paediatric

Dosage

How to use?

Adults: 1 capsule (500 mg) of 8 in 8 hours.

Children up to 3 years: oral suspension 125 mg/5 ml of 8 in 8 hours.

Child 3 to 12 years: oral suspension 250 mg/5 ml of 8 in 8 hours.

Side Effects

What are the evils that can cause me?

Can be observed allergic reactions, especially in patients with a prior history of asthma, urticaria and hay fever.

Rash maculopapular, pruritus, fever and eosinophilia are the manifestations more frequent; in such cases the medication should be suspended.

When orally administered, can be observed in reactions of irritation of the apparatus of the gi-tract, such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, flatulence and abdominal pain.

Can occur frames of superinfection with manifestations diarrheal.

Elevation transient of transaminase and leukopenia have been reported with amoxicillin.

In animals the drug showed no effect teratogenic.

are Not reported harmful effects to the fetus with its use in pregnant women.

Contraindications

When should I not use?

Patients with hypersensitivity to penicillins.

it Is contraindicated in the 1st trimester of pregnancy.

Not recommend the use of amoxicillin in infections by staphylococci penicilinorresistentes, bacillus penicilânico and viruses.

Warnings and Precautions

what should I know before using?

When used in treatment for prolonged periods, can be verified the occurrence of superinfecções by germs resistant to the antibiotic.