Biaxin

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Biaxin is a macrolide antibiotic medication active against a large number of bacteria with Clarithromycin as its active ingredient. Biaxin is prescribed for the treatment of soft tissue, skin and skin structure infections, sinus and throat infections, chest infections like pneumonia and bronchitis, Helicobacter pylori-associated duodenal ulcers.
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What is Biaxin?
Biaxin (officially known as Clarithromycin) is an antibiotic drug used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. It was developed in 1980 by a Japanese company named Taisho Pharmaceutical, eventually receiving FDA approval and becoming a big hit in the medical community and the category of antibiotic drugs. The importance and usefulness of the drug are highlighted by its inclusion in the WHO’s Essential Medicines List. Biaxin functions by blocking protein synthesis of bacteria, which is a vital component of spreading infection.

What are the indications for using Biaxin?
Biaxin has several recommended uses.
  • The first and most common is treating pneumonia. This is an inflammation of the lungs, which affects millions of people all over the world every year. Its symptoms can range from mild to severe, with even death being a possibility in serious cases.
  • Another condition Biaxin is commonly prescribed to treat is strep throat. This condition is in some ways similar pneumonia, but affects the throat, causing cough, throat pain, and fever.
  • Sometimes, Biaxin is used to aid treatment of Lyme disease or as a preventative measure against bacterial endocarditis.
  • Other illnesses Biaxin is used to treat include cat scratch disease, cryptosporidiosis, and stomach ulcers.
What is the dosage of Biaxin?
Since Biaxin is a drug with a wide range of uses, its dosage will depend on the condition being treated and individual doctor’s recommendations. This drug is usually supplied in the form of 250mg or 500mg tablets, with a daily dose constituting one 250mg pill every twelve hours in most cases. This drug should be taken orally, with or without food, and must be stored in a cool, dry, and shady location.

What are the contraindications for using Biaxin?
Although this drug is known for its great universality and compatibility, there are still certain patients who should not take it. The first such category is patients with health conditions such as allergic reaction to the drug, liver or kidney disease, myasthenia gravis, and QT prolongation. The second such category includes patients who are taking drugs that affect heart rhythm, rifamycins, certain statins, ED drugs, and several others.

What are the adverse effects of Biaxin?
Biaxin has several possible side effects, which have been recorded in trials. These include QT prolongation, dizziness, headaches, jaundice, cirrhosis, ototoxicity, delirium, renal failure, and mania. As most of these effects are seriously detrimental to health, patients are advised to seek professional help if they find themselves experiencing such effects after taking the drug.