Generic Name: Tetracycline hydrochloride
Product Name: Tetrex
- Indication of Tetrex
- Action of Tetrex
- Dose advice of Tetrex
- Schedule of Tetrex
- Common side effects of Tetrex
- Uncommon side effects of Tetrex
Indication of Tetrex:- Tetracycline is used to treat many different bacterial infections, such as sinusitis, chest infections. Severe acne, sexually transmitted infections, and infections carried by animals (Q fever, leptospirosis).
Action of Tetrex:Tetrex acts on the protein manufacturing units in the bacteria, preventing sensitive bacteria from growing.
Dose advice of Tetrex:-Take all of the medication that has been prescribed for you even if you begin to feel better. Your symptoms may start to improve before the infection has been completely treated-Should be taken on an empty stomach (i.e. at least one hour before food or four hours after food).-Adults: 1 g daily in four divided doses of 250 mg each. Severe infections require higher doses.-Children < 40kg: usual dose is 25 mg/kg/day in four divided doses.-Uncomplicated gonorrhoea: When penicillin is contraindicated, 1.5 g initially followed by 0.5 g four times daily for a total of 9 g.-Impaired renal function: doses require adjustment.
Schedule of Tetrex:S4
Common side effects of Tetrex:As with any other medication, tetrex can cause a number of side effects, most of which are likely to be minor and short-lived. If any uncommon or serious side effects are experienced, the patient should stop taking the medication and inform their doctor immediately. Minor side effects include:-Nausea -Vomiting -Stomach pain -Tooth discolouration-Photosensitivity
Uncommon side effects of Tetrex:Less common side effects include:-Rash-Inflammation of the tongue-Bone deformity-Pigmentation of the skin
Diseases treated by Tetrex:
- Leptospirosis (Weil/'s disease/syndrome; Icterohemorrhagic fever)
- Plague (Bubonic plague; Yersinia pestis)
For further information talk to your doctor.
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