Unipod Cv Dry Syp
By UNICHEM LABORATORIES LTD
30ml Dry Syrup in Bottle
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Unipod Cv Dry Syp is used to treat bacterial infection of the throat/neck, lungs, ear, urinary tract and skin. It is a combination medicine containing cefpodoxime and clavulanic acid, which belongs t
o the antibiotic class of medicine. It works by inhibiting the formation of the cell wall and killing the various susceptible bacterial organisms. Unipod Cv Dry Syp is designed to be used only by children. It should be used for children below 12-years of age and infants above 3-months of age. Give this medicine as prescribed and for the prescribed duration to your child. The common side effects of Unipod Cv Dry Syp are diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting and gas. Please report to your doctor if you feel the side effects persist or the condition of your child worsens....
Uses of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
Unipod Cv Dry Syp is used for the treatment of bacterial infection of the throat, ear, tonsils, airways, lungs, urinary tract and skin.
Contraindications of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
- If your child is allergic to cefpodoxime, clavulanic acid or any other components of Unipod Cv Dry Syp .
Side effects of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
- Decreased appetite
- A dry mouth
- Stomach pain
- Fungal infection
- Skin rash, redness
Precautions and Warnings of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- Your child develops an allergic reaction after taking Unipod Cv Dry Syp .
- Your child had diarrhoea after the use of Unipod Cv Dry Syp earlier.
- Unipod Cv Dry Syp should not be used for infants below 3-months of age.
Mode of Action of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
How Does It Work?
Unipod Cv Dry Syp works by the combined action of both its components: cefpodoxime and clavulanic acid Cefpodoxime is an antibiotic that inhibits the formation of the bacterial cell wall resulting i
n bacterial death. Clavulanic acid inhibits a chemical substance, β-lactamase produced by bacterial cells, which breaks down Cefpodoxime and thereby allows cefpodoxime to attack and kill the bacteria. It reduces resistance and enhances the activity of cefpodoxime against bacteria....
Directions for Use of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
Take Unipod Cv Dry Syp as directed by your doctor. For reconstitution, add boiled and cooled water, slightly below the mark on the bottle or as suggested by the doctor. Shake it well and make the v
olume up to the given mark on the bottle. Use a measuring cup, spoon or dropper for the exact quantity. Reconstituted solutions should be used within the duration mentioned in the bottle....
Interactions of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
Interactions with other medicines
- Some medicines can affect the way Unipod Cv Dry Syp works or this medicine itself can reduce the effectiveness of other medicines taken at the same time.
- Tell your doctor about all the medicines, supplements or herbals you are currently taking or might take to avoid any possible interactions.
- Concomitant use of acid-lowering medicines such as Ranitidine, Cimetidine with Unipod Cv Dry Syp can decrease the effect of this medicine.
- Concomitant use of Probenecid with Unipod Cv Dry Syp increases the effect of this medicine.
- When medicines known to cause harm to the kidney such as amphotericin-B, vancomycin, amikacin are administered along with Unipod Cv Dry Syp may increase the risk of kidney disease.
Storage and disposal of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
- Store Unipod Cv Dry Syp at temperature not exceeding 25°C. Protect it from light and moisture.
- Store the reconstituted suspension in the refrigerator.
- Keep it out of the reach of children and pets.
Dosage of Unipod Cv Dry Syp
- Symptoms of an overdose of Unipod Cv Dry Syp include nausea, vomiting, gas, stomach pain and diarrhoea.
- If you have given too much of this medicine to your child, then contact your doctor or reach out to the nearest hospital immediately.
Missed a Dose
If you have missed giving any dose of Unipod Cv Dry Syp , then give it as soon as you remember. If it's already time for the next dose, then skip the missed dose and follow the regular dosing schedule
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How long can I store Unipod Cv Dry Syp ?
A: The reconstituted suspension of Unipod Cv Dry Syp should be stored in the refrigerator. Content should be used within 7 days. Later, discard the remaining portion of medicine.
Q: What should I do if my child vomits after giving Unipod Cv Dry Syp ?
A: If your child vomits within 30 minutes of administering Unipod Cv Dry Syp , you need to give the same dose again.
Q: Is diarrhoea a common side effect of Unipod Cv Dry Syp ?
A: Yes, diarrhoea is a common side effect of Unipod Cv Dry Syp . However, if your child has diarrhoea with blood and mucous along with stomach pain and fever, contact your doctor immediately. It can be a sign of inflammation of the large intestine.
Last Updated on: 05 Jun 2021 | 02:15 PM (IST)
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