CEFUROXIME 500MG + CLAV 125 MG TABLET | PEROX-CV Manufacturers Suppliers - Third Party Manufacturing - For PCD Franchise
BRAND NAME: PEROX-CV
COMPOSITION: CEFUROXIME 500MG + CLAV 125 MG
PKG TYPE: ALU ALU
PACKAGING: 10 X 1 X 10
CEFUROXIME 500MG + CLAV 125 MG – This medicine is helpful in the treatment of bacterial infections. It is suggested by the healthcare experts to those patients who are suffering from a mild, moderate, or severe infection caused due to bacteria. This medicine comes with the combination of two drugs namely CEFUROXIME and CLAV that helps the user to treat and fight bacterial infections. Furthermore, this tablet by Pac Healthcare fights microorganisms and block their growth to stop their growth. It is available by the brand name PEROX-CV.
CEFUROXIME belongs to the class of antibiotics that works by blocking the generation of a bacterial protective layer a.k.a cell wall that is required by bacteria for its survival in the body. On the other hand, CLAV belongs to the group of beta-lactamase inhibitor that works by blocking the activity of the enzymes generated by bacteria to inactive Cefuroxime. It also brings down the resistance and increases the Cefuroxime activity against bacteria.
Moreover, the usage of this tablet has resulted in better treatment of infections caused due to the susceptible strains of the microorganisms in acute bacterial otitis media, pharyngitis/tonsillitis, acute bacterial maxillary sinusitis, etc. CEFUROXIME 500MG + CLAV 125 MG is available at pharmacies and it is advised to use as per the instructions of the doctor. For better absorption, take it with a meal and a fixed time period.
It is also advised to never overdose and use it as per the recommended dosage given by your healthcare expert. It might cause some harmful side effects such as vomiting, indigestion, nausea, diarrhea, etc. therefore, use it carefully. For better results, complete the full course and do not skip the dosage in between. In case you experience any symptoms of rashes, swelling, short breathing, or rashes, then immediately consult your healthcare expert.