Tramazac 50mg Injection 1ml
Tramazac 50 MG Description
Tramazac injection is a prescription medicine used for treating moderate to severe pain. It comprises tramadol as its active component. Tramadol belongs to the class of opioid analgesics or narcotic
pain relievers. It can be used to address localised or general pain. It is a medicine given for relieving chronic, persistent, and moderate to severe pain. Pain occurs when several chemical substances in the body are released due to an injury. These chemical substances cause the brain to send signals to the body part with the injury to notify that something is wrong. Tramazac injection helps block these brain signals from reaching the site of injury. Some of the other uses of Tramazac injection include reducing discomfort due to pain to rest better. It is considered a safe medication for pain when taken in the prescribed dosage. Some people can experience withdrawal effects with this medication after long-term use. This medicine has the risks of dependency, abuse and addiction. Though there are some potential side effects of Tramazac injection, it's rare to have an allergic reaction to this medicine. Consult your doctor first before taking this medication. It is mostly prescribed for an individual in chronic or intense pain. Do not try to use this injection continuously for a long term without consulting a doctor.
Uses of Tramazac 50 MG
- According to CDSCO, Tramazac injection can be used in the management of moderate to severe pain.
- It is also used to manage severe, acute, and chronic pain, surgical pain, and short-term management of acute pain.
Contraindications of Tramazac 50 MG
- Do not use Tramazac injection without consulting a doctor if you have the following conditions:
- If you have an allergic reaction to any component of Tramazac injection.
- If you are already using similar or different opioid pain relievers, sleeping pills, antidepressants, or antipsychotic medications.
- If you have liver failure or other conditions that affect the liver’s functioning, Tramazac injection increases the risk of adverse reactions.
- If you have stomach and intestinal bleeding or perforation.
- If you have intestinal obstructions, like paralytic ileus. Tramazac injection worsens the condition.
- If you are suffering from breathing issues like asthma and other lung conditions.
- Your body has been in shock, and sufficient blood is not being pumped to all body parts.
- Not for children below 17 years of age, as this injection contains tramadol, an opioid that is contraindicated in children.
Side effects of Tramazac 50 MG
- Nausea and vomiting
- Dry mouth
Precautions and Warnings of Tramazac 50 MG
Other General Warnings
- You have a seizure disorder (fits) and are currently on medication for it.
- You consume alcohol every day.
- You suffer from malnutrition.
- You have a serious liver or kidney disease as the dose of this injection will need some adjustment.
- You are using any herbal medicines or supplements that interfere with the effectiveness of this injection.
- You are trying to get pregnant, as this medicine may reduce fertility in some cases.
- You are an elderly person over the age of 65, as the Tramazac injection stays in the body for long and causes side effects.
Mode of Action of Tramazac 50 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Tramazac 50 MG
- Tramazac injection can be taken before or after consuming food.
- This injection should be administered by a doctor or a healthcare professional.
- The injection can be given intramuscularly or via slow infusion intravenously (into a vein).
- Wash hands carefully before using this medicine.
- Shake the vial before using it.
- Clean the injection site with rubbing alcohol before injecting.
- Do not take this injection by yourself.
Interactions of Tramazac 50 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Do not take the Tramazac injection if you are using other similar opioid pain medications, as they can cause serious adverse effects.
- Do not take Tramazac injection if you are on antidepressants such as linezolid, naltrexone, methylene blue, etc. (MAO inhibitors). They can cause increased side effects like drowsiness, dizziness, tremors, lethargy, vomitings, etc....
- Do not take Tramazac injection with antihistamines (allergy medicines) like cetirizine and diphenhydramine, muscle relaxants, sleeping pills, etc., as they can increase the effect of drowsiness.
Interactions with food items
- Tramazac injection does not have any adverse interactions with food. It can be taken before or after consuming food.
Storage and disposal of Tramazac 50 MG
Dosage of Tramazac 50 MG
Missed a Dose
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can I use the Tramazac injection with other painkillers?
Q: Can I take the Tramazac injection with cold or allergy medicine?
Q: Can I continue taking the Tramazac injection once the pain subsides?
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