Butodol 1mg Injection 1ml
Butodol 1 MG Description
Butodol injection is a prescription pain reliever used to treat various diseases that cause moderate to severe pain or in situations when traditional pain relievers are ineffective. It can also be us
d in labour pains and can decrease awareness before or during any surgical procedure. Butodol works by changing how the body perceives signals and sensations that cause pain and block the chemicals that induce them. After evaluating your situation, your consulting physician will determine the dose and frequency of Inj. Butodol. Only health care professionals should administer this injection, and you should avoid using it on your own. This injection should not be used with alcohol and should only be taken at the prescribed amount. You may experience specific side effects of Butodol Inj such as nervousness, difficulty sleeping, lethargy, constipation, drowsiness, nausea and vomiting.
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|Uses||Management of moderate to severe pain, labour pains, preoperative anaesthetic medication, supplement to balanced anaesthesia|
|Side effects||Difficulty sleeping, drowsiness, nasal stuffiness, lethargy and weakness, nausea, and vomiting|
|Therapy||ANALGESIC FOR SEVERE PAIN|
Uses of Butodol 1 MG
- Management of moderate to severe pain
- Labour pains
- Preoperative anaesthetic medication
- Supplement to balanced anaesthesia
Contraindications of Butodol 1 MG
Side effects of Butodol 1 MG
- Difficulty sleeping
- Excessive sleep
- Nasal stuffiness
- Lethargy and weakness
- Nausea and vomiting
Precautions and Warnings of Butodol 1 MG
Other General Warnings
- You have previously had any allergic reactions to this medicine.
- You may experience certain side effects. Keep your family members informed about your medication and make them aware of the serious side effects and when to call your doctor or emergency services.
- Inj.Butodol has the potential of being addictive and can be abused easily by some patients.
Mode of Action of Butodol 1 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Butodol 1 MG
- Inj Butodol is injected either into a vein or a muscle.
- Only health care professionals should administer this injection, and you should avoid using it on your own.
- During your treatment, refrain from drinking alcohol or smoking cigarettes.
Interactions of Butodol 1 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Injection Butodol may react with:
- Anxiolytics (medicines for controlling anxiety) like Alprazolam or Diazepam may cause difficulty breathing.
- Antidepressants like sertraline can cause serotonin syndrome and may cause breathing difficulties.
- Antihypertensives (medicines decreasing blood pressure) like thiazides may reduce blood pressure to an undesired level).
- Antibiotics like Linezolid may increase the serum levels of Inj. Butodol.
- Muscle relaxants such as Baclofen may increase the toxicity of Butodol Inj
Interactions with food items
- You can continue with your regular diet unless instructed otherwise.
- Abstain from drinking alcohol during your treatment.
Storage and disposal of Butodol 1 MG
Dosage of Butodol 1 MG
- Patients who have been administered an excess dose of Inj. Butodol may experience drowsiness, shallow or slow breathing, or sleepiness. Keep your family or caregiver updated on your medications and any potential side effects. If the patient is found unconscious, collapses, or cannot be woken, they should be immediately taken to the emergency department....
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can I take Butodol Inj if I have liver or kidney issues?
Q: What withdrawal symptoms might I experience if I stop Butodol Inj suddenly?
- You may experience certain symptoms like drowsiness, dizziness, fatigue, irritability, runny nose, depression, insomnia, nausea and vomiting. Always consult your physician if you experience any of these symptoms...
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