Amoxil

Amoxil
Amoxil is an antibiotic from the group of preparations called aminopenicillins. This antibiotic has a broad spectrum of action, it means that it is effective against a variety of bacterial microorganisms sensitive to its ingredients. Amoxil is administered for the therapy of bacterial infections in various body organs – soft tissues, kidneys, skin, etc.
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What is Amoxil?
Amoxil is a semisynthetic antibiotic of the aminopenicillin family. It is active against a number of susceptible bacteria, including Salmonella, Chlamydia, Streptococcus pneumoniae and others. It is available in solid oral dosage form with Amoxicillin as main ingredient, and is commonly prescribed to both adults and children. It is often the first-line drug within the class due to its better absorption following oral administration than other antibiotics of the beta-lactam group.

When is Amoxil prescribed?
Amoxil is prescribed for pneumonia, streptococcal pharyngitis, acute otitis media, Lyme disease, urinary and skin infections. It is also applied in bacterial endocarditis prevention before dental procedures and different encapsulated infections in patients with sickle-cell disease. The antibiotic is also used to treat and prevent anthrax and in dual or triple therapy with Lansoprazole and Clarithromycin to treat H. pylori and duodenal ulcer.

How to take Amoxil?
Amoxil dosage is assigned by the doctor basing on the age of the patient, type and severity of infection. The drug is usually administered twice or thrice daily in a dose of 875-250 mg for 3-10 days, except for gonorrhea, which responds to a single-dose treatment - 3 g orally. Children of 3 months old and downward are given not more than 30 mg/kg/day in two divided doses. Pills can be taken on a full or empty stomach.

What are Amoxil side effects?
As with other antibiotic of the same group, Amoxil can provoke in some patients rash, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and antibiotic-associated colitis. Potentially serious but rare side effects may be anxiety, insomnia, mental changes, photosensitivity, bloody diarrhea (even after the discontinuation of the drug), vulvovaginal candida. Children may develop yellow, brown or gray discoloration of teeth, which is easily eliminated by tooth brushing.

When is Amoxil contraindicated?
Amoxil is contraindicated to patients with a history of anaphylaxis or other hypersensitivity reaction to penicillin, aminopenicillins, cephalosporins or any other beta-lactam antibiotics. Patients with liver diseases require lower doses of the drug. The agent may also interact with other antibiotics, such as macrolides, sulfonamides and tetracyclines, which can make it less effective or lead to high blood concentration of methotrexate.