Monocef O 100

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Monocef O 100
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my daughter has high fever 103. her doc says no ear infection or chest congestion. she also has vomiting sensation. can Monocef-0 100 be given to her ## Monocef-O contains the active ingredient Cefpodoxime, which is a Cephalosporin class antibiotic that's used to treat infections and if she has no infection present, then it will not help and actually creates some risk, because it can cause side effects or an allergic reaction. Learn more Monocef-O details here. Unless her doctor has said there is some infection that requires an antibiotic, then it's better to stay away from them. Did he say what was causing her illness? ## please give substitue for cepodem 100 dry syrup ## My son 9 yrs, 23 KGS, high fiver with allergic cough, wall wounf on hand with puss and swelling. Can Monef-... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cefpodoxime.
Sun, Sep 13 '15, 9:54 AM
Monocef O 100 Side Effects
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met with accident got head injury , stiching done , got bruses abrasion on leg apllied Kollagen- medicine given monocef o 100 mg, darolac sachet, pentop 20 mg, combiflame syp 10ml, neosprine ointment . want to know is this medicines beneficial in this typr of injury. ## eye ball scratched ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, Jun 21 '12, 8:42 AM
Is Monocef 100 The Substitute Of Cepodem
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Is Monocef 100 The Substitute Of Cepodem 100 ## Hello, Sujit! How are you? Yes, both of these medications contain the active ingredient Cefpodoxime, which is an antibiotic. Learn more Cefpodoxime details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thanks a lot sir.. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Cefpodoxime.
Wed, Aug 28 '13, 11:43 PM
monocef-o,100 and novamox, both are same medicine
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I want to know the difference between novamox and monocef-o, 100. I'm having a kid of 3 years old, he suffering from fever from 1 week. I used crosin suspension for this bt after 5 to 6 hours again fever comes, also having cough, khasi, redness of eyes and cheek. Doctor suggested me to give him monocef but I'm having novamox.... ## They are both antibiotics, but they do not contain the same active ingredient. Monocef contains Cefpodoxime, and Novamox contains Amoxicillin. You should give him the one the doctor has instructed, because sometimes a specific antibiotic is required to treat certain bacterial infections, according to the NIH. The U.S. FDA lists the typical antibiotic side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. ... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Cefpodoxime.
Wed, Nov 30 '16, 3:08 AM
tryptomer 10 mg
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I had severe back pain and severe headache.Test conducted USG KUB and XRAY KUB no stones were visualised.Others all OK. Was given monocef 200 for 7 days.The back pain subsided however the headache became severe and splitting fron neck six inches down up to the back of head .BP checked was 100/60 mg.CT scan was done nothing seen pain from back of neck till head was severe. CSF was done drawing flid from Lumbo spine near the back fulid sent for Fungal smear,CSF Sugar,CFS Protien CSF ADA CSF Chloride all normal within in limits .Rapid Culture BACT and RAPID culture for AFB Put up. Results expected soon. However Doc prescribed TRYPTOMER 10mg.The pain the head has been less and no back ache. What is the reason for this Drug prescrbing ## Tryptomer contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Amitriptyline.
Wed, Jul 19 '17, 3:28 AM

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