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How do you give a taxim injection?

How do you give a taxim injection?

TAXIM INJECTION 1GM is given by injection into a muscle or vein as directed by your doctor. If given by injection into a vein, inject the drug slowly over at least 3 minutes to avoid possible serious side effects (such as irregular heartbeat).

Is taxim a strong antibiotic?

Yes, the use of Taxim OF Tablet can cause diarrhea. It is an antibiotic which kills the harmful bacteria. However, it also affects the helpful bacteria in your stomach or intestine and causes diarrhea.

What is the use of taxim medicine?

Taxim-O 200 Tablet is an antibiotic belonging that is used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. It is effective in infections of the respiratory tract (eg. pneumonia), urinary tract, ear, nasal sinus, throat, and some sexually transmitted diseases.

How effective is taxim-O?

Taxim-O 200 Tablet 10’s was effective in the treatment of bacterial sinus infections in adults and was well tolerated.

What is taxim of?

Taxim OF is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic, prescribed for certain types of bacterial infections such as chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, skin and skin structure infections, and others.

Which antibiotic is best for fever?

Commonly prescribed antibiotics include:

  • Ciprofloxacin (Cipro). In the United States, doctors often prescribe this for adults who aren’t pregnant.
  • Azithromycin (Zithromax). This may be used if a person is unable to take ciprofloxacin or the bacteria are resistant to ciprofloxacin.
  • Ceftriaxone.

Which is best antibiotic for fever?

What does taxim O contains?

Taxim-O 400: Each orodispersible tablet contains: Cefixime (as trihydrate) USP 400 mg. Colour: FD & C Yellow No. 6. CEFIXIME (TAXIM-O 400) 400 mg dispersible tablet is a semisynthetic, cephalosporin antibiotic for oral administration.

What is the benefit of Monocef Injection?

Monocef 1gm Injection is an antibiotic belonging to the cephalosporin group, which is used to treat bacterial infections in your body. It is effective in infections of the brain (e.g., meningitis), lungs (e.g., pneumonia), ear, urinary tract, skin & soft tissues, bones & joints, blood, and heart.

Can Sporo be cured?