Instructions for use "Flemoksin"
"Flemoksin Solutab" active against streptococci, staphylococci (including Staphylococcus), meningococcus, gonococcus, tetanus bacilli, Listeria, Enterococcus and other bacteria. They can treat:
infection of the respiratory tract (bronchitis, pneumonia, laryngitis, tonsillitis, etc.);
infection of the digestive system (gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, the causative agent of which is the bacterium Helicobacter pylori);
- infections of the genitourinary system (cystitis, pyelonephritis, gonorrhea, etc.);
infection of the soft tissues, and skin (furuncles, folliculitis, etc.).
Also "flemoksin" shown with inflammation of the facial nerve, and skin infections that emerged after animal bites. Children up to 8 years the drug is prescribed for the treatment of Lyme disease − the disease being transmitted infected ticks.
Dosage "Flemoksin" can vary depending on the weight and age of the patient, as well as diagnosis and severity of disease. Babies under one year the drug is generally administered at 10-20 mg/kg three times a day. Children aged 1-3 years "flemoksin" give 125 mg three times daily or 250 mg 2 times a day. Children 3-10 years, the dosage was increased to 250 mg 3 times daily or 375 mg 2 times a day. Adults are prescribed 500-750 mg twice a day or 375-500 mg three times a day. The duration of treatment should be at least 5-7, and in some cases 10 days. In gonorrhea "flemoksin" should be drunk once in the amount of 3 g.
If recurrent infections and chronic diseases dosage "Flemoksin" can be increased. When violation of the liver or kidneys − on the contrary, reduced.
To drink "flemoksin" regardless of the meal. The tablet can be swallowed whole, chewed, divided or dissolved in water.
"Flemoksin Solutab" contraindicated if you are allergic to the main active ingredient, and additional components of the medication. With caution the drug should be taken in renal failure, lymphocytic leukemia, pregnancy, infectious mononucleosis and lactation.
"Flemoksin" not compatible with all drugs. To avoid complications during the treatment, before the beginning of therapy should inform the doctor about the intake of certain medications.
In most cases, the "resorption" is well tolerated by both children and adults. Improvement usually occurs on the second or third day after the start of therapy. However, there are negative feedback about the drug. Some patients complain of complications, such as nausea, flatulence, diarrhoea and abdominal pain. Among Allergy sufferers there is often rash, and in some cases of exudative erythema. The manufacturer of the drug warns that if these or other complications, you should consult your doctor and review the dosage.