Zencef 250mg Inj
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Zencef Injection is an antibiotic medicine. It is used for the treatment of various bacterial infections such as infection of brain, lungs, ear, stomach, urinary tract, joints, blood, skin and soft tissues. Zencef Injection contains ceftriaxone as its active ingredient. Ceftriaxone acts by killing the infection-causing bacteria. Zencef Injection is given/adminstered in healthcare set up under supervision of a registered medical practitioner. The dose and duration for thetreatment will be decided by your doctor after careful assessment of your condition. Tell your doctor about your complete medical history before initiating the treatment....
Uses of Zencef 250 MG
Zencef Injection is used to treat bacterial infection of the brain, lungs, airways, stomach, urinary tract, bone, joints, blood, skin and soft tissues.
Contraindications of Zencef 250 MG
- If you are allergic to ceftriaxone or any other ingredients of the Zencef Injection.
- If you are allergic to antibiotics from class cephalosporin, penicillins, monobactams and carbapenems. If you are not sure about which are these medicines ask your doctor.
- This injection should not be used in prematured babies, newborn suffering from jaundice or receiving calcium intravenously.
Side effects of Zencef 250 MG
- Injection site pain
- Irregular blood cell count
Precautions and Warnings of Zencef 250 MG
Can I take Zencef Injection during pregnancy?
The safety of Zencef Injection is not fully established in human pregnancy. It can be used in pregnant women only if clearly needed. Consult your doctor immediately if you become pregnant while receving treatment with this medicine.
Can I take Zencef Injection while breastfeeding?
Zencef Injection passes in breast milk in small quantities and has no or negligible effects on the breastfed baby. However, the baby should be closely monitored for the side effects such as diarrhoea, thrush or fungal infection of the mouth.
Can I drive if I have taken Zencef Injection?
You may feel dizzy after taking Zencef Injection. Thus, be cautious/avoid driving after taking this injection.
Can I consume alcohol if I have taken Zencef Injection?
No known interaction with alcohol. If you consume alcohol often, discuss it with your doctor. Long term use of alcohol can weaken your immune system and can make you more prone to get infected.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You have kidney or liver disease or kidney stones.
- You are suffering from gallstones (stones in the gallbladder), anaemia (decreased red blood cells).
- You are on a low sodium diet.
- You have inflammation or swelling in any part of your bowel.
- You have stomach disease or you have experienced diarrhoea after taking antibiotics.
- You have taken any medicine or supplement containing calcium recently.
- You should let the doctor, or the laboratory person know that you are using Zencef Injection while going for a lab test, as it may interfere with the lab tests.
- Before Zencef Injection is administered to your child, let the doctor know if your child has been given a product containing calcium into their vein.
Mode of Action of Zencef 250 MG
How Does It Work?
Ceftriaxone in Zencef Injection works by stopping the formation of cell wall of the bacteria and thus killing the bacteria which causes infection.
Directions for Use of Zencef 250 MG
Zencef Injection will be given in the hospital or clinic by your doctor or nurse as an injection. This is not meant for self adminstration. Follow any aftercare instructions given by your doctor or nurse....
Interactions of Zencef 250 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Some medicines can affect the way the Zencef Injection 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.
- Especially, if you are taking medicines to treat high blood pressure, heart failure, high/abnormal cholesterol levels, blood thinners, anti-infectives, anti-diabetics, anti-asthmatics, pain killers, immunomodulatory medicines or medicines for brain-related disorders....
- Blood thinners can increase the risk of bleeding. Hence, inform your doctor about it, dose adjustment may be required.
Storage and disposal of Zencef 250 MG
- Store Zencef Injection below 30°C, protect it from light.
- Keep it out of the reach of children and pets.
- Any unused portion should be discarded properly.
Dosage of Zencef 250 MG
An overdose of Zencef Injection is less likely as it is given by an expert medical professional. However, if you experience dizziness, fever, chills and upset stomach immediately after taking this injection, inform your doctor or reach out to your nearby hospital....
Missed a Dose
You will be monitored by your doctor or nurse as to when Zencef Injection should be given to you. Thus, it is unlikely that any dose of this injection will be missed. However, if you think your doctor or nurse might have missed a dose, inform them....
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can I stop taking Zencef Injection if I feel better after taking a few injections?
A: No, you should always take the full course of antibiotics, as failing that may decrease the effectiveness of treatment and will increase the resistance of bacteria. Inform your doctor before you stop the treatment with Zencef Injection.
Q: What other disease conditions should I discuss with my doctor before taking Zencef Injection?
A: You should discuss with your doctor if you are on any other medication, if you have any stomach, kidney or liver disease, if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding before starting Zencef Injection.
Q: Can I take Zencef Injection at home or on my own?
A: No, Zencef Injection should only be taken if prescribed by a doctor under medical supervision.
Q: Can we give Zencef Injection during dengue?
A: No, Zencef Injection is an antibiotic and should not be given in dengue. Dengue fever happens due to a viral infection and antibiotic is not effective against viruses.
Q: Does Zencef Injection work for viruses?
A: No, Zencef Injection is an antibiotic and effective only against bacterial infections.
Q: How is Zencef Injection given?
A: Zencef Injection will be given to you by a doctor in a clinic/hospital, this medicine should not be self adminstered. The dose and duration will be decided by your doctor after careful assessment of the condition you are being treated and other parameters. Follow any aftercare instruction given by your doctor.
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