Description of Co-Amoxiclav product

Co-Amoxiclav is a broad-spectrum antibacterial combination medication that is commonly used to treat various illnesses affecting the body.

It is typically prescribed for the following conditions:

  • Upper respiratory tract infections, such as acute and chronic sinusitis and tonsillopharyngitis.
  • Lower respiratory tract infections, including chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, and empyema of the pleura.
  • Ear infections (otitis).
  • Urinary tract infections, such as cystitis, urethritis, and pyelonephritis.
  • Skin and soft tissue infections, dental conditions, and sepsis are among the medical issues that can be treated with Co-Amoxiclav. Regarding its safety information, there are a few contraindications to consider. Aczone is not suitable for individuals with hepatitis or cholestatic jaundice resulting from the use of penicillin antibiotics. Furthermore, those who have a severe allergic reaction to clavulanic acid, amoxicillin, or other components of Co-Amoxiclav or penicillin drugs are advised against using it.

    Regarding the administration of Aczone during pregnancy, the potential impact of Co-Amoxiclav on fetal development has not been fully understood yet, allowing for its use during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Co-Amoxiclav is typically administered intravenously as it is compatible with water for injection, lactated Ringer's solution, isotonic sodium chloride solution, and potassium chloride solution. It is less stable in environments containing glucose or dextran. Mixing Co-Amoxiclav with other medications is prohibited.

    Taking an excessive amount of Co-Amoxiclav may lead to symptoms like insomnia, restlessness, and dizziness, with potential rare cases of seizures. Hemodialysis may be required in cases of overdose, with treatment focusing on symptom management. Co-Amoxiclav, an antibiotic containing amoxicillin and clavulanic acid, is effective against certain bacterial infections by eliminating the bacteria and inhibiting their resistance mechanisms. Individuals allergic to penicillin should avoid using Aczone due to its penicillin-related composition.


    For what purpose is Co-amoxiclav typically prescribed?

    Co-amoxiclav is commonly prescribed to treat skin and oral infections, respiratory infections, urinary tract infections, and bone infections. Additionally, it is sometimes prescribed as a preventative measure against infections prior to undergoing surgery.

    Am I eligible for a prescription of Co-amoxiclav?

    Prior to being prescribed Co-amoxiclav, it is important to inform your doctor if:

  • You have allergies or have experienced allergic reactions to any of the components present in the medication.
  • If you have glandular fever, liver problems, kidney problems or are taking other medications including herbal remedies, can you drink alcohol while taking co-amoxiclav? There is no known interaction between co-amoxiclav and alcohol. Can I take co-amoxiclav if I am pregnant? You can take co-amoxiclav during pregnancy if your doctor thinks it is right for you. Is it possible to take co-amoxiclav while breastfeeding? You can take co-amoxiclav while breastfeeding if your doctor thinks it's right for you.

    Are there any side effects of the drug Co-amoxiclav?

    The most common side effects experienced by people taking Co-amoxiclav are nausea, diarrhea, abdominal discomfort and thrush. Thrush can affect both the mouth and vagina.


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