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Getzone (250mg) 1 Injection

Getzone (250mg) 1 Injection

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  • Manufacturer Metro Pharmaceuticals
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Product Information

  • Description

    Ceftriaxone is a medication used to treat bacterial infections, it works by inhibiting the production of the bacterial cell wall causing the cells to lysate or break down. This is in contrast to other antibiotics which target growing cells by interfering with genetic material such as DNA or ribosomal processes. Ceftriaxone is unique compared to other cephalosporin antibiotics in that it has an amino acid backbone made up of six amino acids, with a blend of both D and L configurations. This particular arrangement allows ceftriaxone to exploit a unique entry point into bacterial cells through the cell wall utilizing phospholipids and a process known as transpeptidation.

  • Ingredients


  • Drug Class

    Cephalosporin Antibiotics

  • Dosage Form

    Intravenous Injections (IV)

  • Uses

    Unveiling its multifaceted uses and transformative applications as follows:

    • Treat a wide variety of bacterial infections.
    • Stroke prevention in people who have had a recent stroke or TIA.
    • Treating sudden fever in newborns.
    • Bone infections from surgery or trauma.
    • Intravenous use for easier absorption.
    • Narrow-spectrum antibiotic that treats many different types of bacterial infections.
  • Dosage

    Tailoring Treatment for Optimal Health, Prescribed Medication Dosage is:

    • Ceftriaxone Sodium is a broad-spectrum antibiotic used to treat various bacterial infections.
    • Dosage is based on body weight and should be prescribed by a doctor.

    • Here are the common uses of Ceftriaxone Sodium for different health issues-

    • Always consult your doctor before taking any medication.
    • Ensure you take the correct dosage as advised by your doctor, as the above is only a guideline.
  • In case of Overdose

    An overdose of Ceftriaxone Sodium 250mg may result in various symptoms ranging from nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea to allergic reactions like rashes and itching. Such an overdose may also lead to dizziness and headaches. In more severe cases, symptoms may include chest pain, shortness of breath, fainting, and seizures. If you suspect that you have taken an overdose of this medication, it is vital to immediately seek medical attention. The treatment options could involve the use of drugs to neutralize the effects of an overdose, supportive care through intubation and ventilation if there are difficulties with breathing, and the monitoring of the heart and vital signs. Depending on the length of exposure, kidney function and blood levels will be monitored. It is essential to follow the instructions of your healthcare provider and only consume the amount of medicine prescribed to you. If you wish to know more about this medication, please let me know.

  • Missed Dose

    If you have missed a dose of ceftriaxone sodium 250 mg, it is crucial to contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately. They will provide you with specific guidance on how to proceed. In some cases, they may advise you to take the missed dose as soon as possible, while in others, they may recommend proceeding with your regular dosing schedule and skipping the missed dose. It is vital not to double up on doses without medical consultation, as this may lead to harmful consequences like overdose or adverse reactions.To ensure the safest and most effective treatment, it is essential to follow your doctor's instructions and complete the medication as directed. Carefully following the prescribed dosage and duration is crucial for mitigating the risk of developing antibiotic resistance. While missing a dose may occur, it is best to avoid this whenever possible to maximize the medication's benefits and minimize potential risks.

  • How To Use

    Before taking Ceftriaxone Sodium 250mg, it is important to discuss your medical history and any allergies you may have with your doctor. This medication is administered intravenously, and the dosage depends on your body weight and the condition being treated. For adults, the usual dose is 1-2 grams daily, either intravenously or intramuscularly, every 24 hours, for community-acquired pneumonia, abdominal infections, and pelvic inflammatory disease. For gonorrhea or urinary tract infections, the dose is usually 500 mg intravenously or intramuscularly once daily for three days. Dosage adjustments are necessary for children. For children older than 7 days and weighing less than 50 kg, the dose is 15-20 mg/kg every 24 hours for community-acquired pneumonia, abdominal infections, and pelvic inflammatory disease. For children older than 2 months and weighing less than 30 kg, the dose for gonorrhea or urinary tract infections is 15-20 mg/kg once daily for three days. It is important to note that intramuscular administration should be done in the gluteal muscle instead of the deltoid muscle to avoid tissue necrosis.

  • When Not to Use

    Discerning instances where this medication may not be appropriate:

    • Allergy to Ceftriaxone or any of its components. The antibiotic should not be administered to patients with previous anaphylactic reactions to cephalosporins due to the risk of immediate hypersensitivity reactions and anaphylaxis.
    • Pediatric patients with cystic fibrosis or a family history of cystic fibrosis. Ceftriaxone may cause iodide imbalance leading to increased serum calcium levels and can worsen symptoms of cystic fibrosis.
    • Pregnancy and Lactation. Ceftriaxone has been prescribed to pregnant women, but potential benefits and risks should be discussed with a physician due to the slight risk of fetal harm. Ceftriaxone does pass into breastmilk but has a minimal systemic absorption in breastfed infants. Close monitoring of the infant for any side effects or hypersensitivity is necessary.
    • Impaired Renal Function. Ceftriaxone should be administered with caution in patients with impaired renal function or in the elderly since drug accumulation may occur. Close monitoring of the patient is necessary, and the dosing schedule may need to be adjusted.
    • Hemodialysis. Ceftriaxone does not need to be withheld in patients undergoing hemodialysis, but it is advisable to schedule hemodialysis sessions at least 6 hours after the last dose because the half-life of ceftriaxone is 3 to 4 hours.
    • Violation of the recommended dosage and dosage forms. Ceftriaxone should be taken at the recommended dosage and dosage
  • Side Effects

    Unraveling the side effects lurking behind this medications are as follows:

    • Rash
    • Itchiness
    • Severe dizziness
    • Loose stools, diarrhea, and abdominal pain
    • Vaginal itching or discharge
    • Fever or chills
    • Headache
    • Difficulty concentrating or blurred vision
    • Joint or muscle pain
    • Lockjaw (inability to open the mouth)
  • Storage/Disposal

    Ceftriaxone Sodium is a prescription antibiotic that needs to be reconstituted with sterile water before it is administered intravenously. It comes in the form of a powder and the vial needs to be stored in the refrigerator, between 2°C and 8°C, until you are ready to use it. Be sure to keep the vial in its original carton and protect it from light. If you don’t need to use the vial for up to 14 days, it can be stored at room temperature, below 30°C. However, any time beyond 14 days, and the vial should be discarded. Once you have prepared the solution, it should be used within 24 hours. If it is not used within 24 hours, the solution should be discarded as well. Following these storage instructions is critical to ensuring the medication remains effective. If you have any questions about how to store ceftriaxone sodium or other medications, be sure to discuss this with your healthcare provider.

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