Azibact

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Azibact

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Azibact Information

Azibact, a prescription drug, is manufactured in various forms such as Syrup,Tablet,Suspension. It is primarily used for the treatment of Ear Infection, Tonsillitis, Pneumonia. Other than this, Azibact has some other therapeutic uses, which have been discussed ahead.

The optimal dosage of Azibact is largely dependent on the individual's body weight, medical history, gender and age. Individual symptoms and route of administration also determines the right dosage. Detailed information has been provided in the dosage section.

The most common side effects of Azibact are Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhoea, Headache. Apart from the aforementioned side effects, Azibact can also lead to other problems, which have been listed below. These side effects of Azibact are usually temporary and subside with the completion of treatment. Please speak with your doctor if these side effects worsen or persist for a longer duration.

In addition, Azibact's effect is Safe during pregnancy and Safe for lactating mothers. Further, the section on Azibact related warnings talks about Azibact's effects on the liver, heart and kidney.

The section on Azibact contraindications lists all such conditions.

Drug interactions for Azibact have been reported in the medical literature. Refer to the list below for further details.

In addition to the above precautions for Azibact, it is important to know that it is safe while driving, and is habit-forming.

  1. Azibact Benefits & Uses
  2. Azibact Dosage & How to Take
  3. Azibact Side Effects
  4. Azibact Related Warnings
  5. Severe Interaction of Azibact with Other Drugs
  6. Azibact Contraindications
  7. Frequently asked Questions about Azibact
  8. Azibact Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Azibact Benefits & Uses

Azibact is used to treat the following -

  1. Bacterial Infections
  2. Ear Infection Primary
  3. Throat Infection
  4. Chlamydia
  5. Skin Infections
  6. Tonsillitis Primary
  7. Sinusitis
  8. Pneumonia Primary
  9. Bronchitis Primary
  10. Gonorrhea
  11. Sexually transmitted diseases Primary
  12. Eye Infections
  13. Swollen Eyes
  14. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  15. Cervicitis
  16. Urethritis
  17. Chancroid
  18. Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Primary
  19. COPD Primary
  20. Facial Swelling
  21. Vaginal discharge during pregnancy
  22. Ear Disease
  23. Pimple in Nose Primary
  24. Lung Infections
  25. Lung Disease
  26. Pharyngitis
  27. Prickly Throat
  28. Throat Ulcer
  29. Hoarseness

Azibact Dosage & How to Take

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Ingredients of Azibact

Azithromycin

Azibact Side Effects

Based on research, the following side effects have been observed when Azibact is used -

  1. Nausea or vomiting
  2. Diarrhoea
  3. Gastritis Moderate
  4. Headache Common
  5. Abdominal Pain Mild
  6. Erythema
  7. Constipation Moderate
  8. Injection Site Allergic Reaction
  9. Rash
  10. Dizziness Common
  11. Fever Mild
  12. Bronchospasm
  13. Angioedema Severe
  14. Hearing Loss Severe
  15. Steven-johnsons syndrome
  16. Anaphylactic reaction
  17. Tachycardia

Azibact Related Warnings

Is the use of Azibact safe for pregnant women?

Azibact is safe for pregnant women.

Safe

Is the use of Azibact safe during breastfeeding?

Azibact is completely safe for breastfeeding women.

Safe

What is the effect of Azibact on the Kidneys?

Azibact rarely harms the kidneys.

Mild

What is the effect of Azibact on the Liver?

Azibact is rarely harmful for the liver.

Mild

What is the effect of Azibact on the Heart?

Very few cases of side effects of Azibact on the heart have been reported.

Mild

Severe Interaction of Azibact with Other Drugs

Azibact should not be taken with following medicines due to severe side effects it may cause to patients -

Arformoterol

Azibact Contraindications

If you are suffering from any of the following diseases, you should not take Azibact unless your doctor advises you to do so -

  1. Liver Disease
  2. Jaundice
  3. Ulcerative Colitis
  4. Heart Disease
  5. Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
  6. Calcium Deficiency
  7. Potassium Deficiency

Frequently asked Questions about Azibact

Is this Azibact habit forming or addictive?

Azibact is not addictive in nature.

No

Is it safe to drive or operate heavy machinery when consuming?

Yes, you can operate a vehicle or heavy machinery after taking Azibact since it does not cause drowsiness.

Safe

Is it safe?

Azibact should be used only after doctor's advice.

Safe, but take only on Doctor's advise

Is it able to treat mental disorders?

Azibact is unable to treat or cure mental disorders.

No

Azibact Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Interaction between Food and Azibact

Taking Azibact with food is safe.

Safe

Interaction between Alcohol and Azibact

Information about the interaction of Azibact and alcohol is not currently available because this topic has not been researched yet.

Unknown

Azibact FAQs

Question over 1 year ago

Can Azibact cause diarrheoa?

Dr. Faisal Mukhtar MBBS, PG Dip, DNB , Ophthalmology

Yes, Azibact may cause diarrhea. Diarrhea is a common side effect of this drug. If you experience diarrhea after taking this medicine, please consult your doctor immediately and follow his/her instructions.

Question about 2 years ago

What does Azibact treat?

Dr. Ayush Pandey MBBS , General Physician

Azibact is used to treat a number of bacterial infections, such as respiratory tract infection, sexually transmitted disease (STD), pneumonia, bronchitis, ear infection, Lyme disease, Mycobacterium Avium Bacteria Infection, whooping cough, sinuses, skin, throat, and infections of the lungs. It will not work for viral infection and other pathogenic infections such as cold, flu.

Question over 1 year ago

Can I take Azibact for treating an abscess?

Dr. Saurabh Dhamdhere MBBS , Orthopedics

Azibact is not given for the abscess. It is not recommended for skin and soft tissue infection. Generally, a combination of Amoxicillin and Clavulanate is given twice daily. However. it is best to consult your doctor for the right line of treatment for an abscess.

Question about 2 years ago

What is Azibact

Dr. Haleema Yezdani MBBS , General Physician

Azibact is a brand name for azithromycin. It is a prescription drug that belongs to the class of medication called macrolide antibiotic. It is used to treat a bacterial infection such as throat infection, respiratory tract infections, ear infections, and certain sexually transmitted diseases. It is also sometimes coupled with other antibiotics and medications to effectively treat infections such as Mycobacterium avium complex infection.

Question about 2 years ago

Can I discontinue Azibact on my own without doctors advice?

Dr. Braj Bhushan Ojha BAMS , Gastroenterology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Ayurveda, Sexology, Diabetology

Discontinuing Azibact on your own can increase the chances of bacterial resistance and may cause a relapse of the infection. It is recommended that you always consult your doctor before discounting this drug.

This medicine data has been created by -
Vikas Chauhan
B.Pharma, Pharmacy
3 Years of Experience

References

  1. US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) [Internet]. Maryland. USA; Package leaflet information for the user; Zithromax (azithromycin)
  2. KD Tripathi. [link]. Seventh Edition. New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2013: Page No 754