Ciplox

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Ciplox (Ciprofloxacin hydrochloride) is a synthetic antibacterial agent of the fluoroquinolone group. It comes in oral dosage form and is typically administered q12h for treating various susceptible bacterial infections of urinary tract, respiratory tract, skin, bones, joints, gastrointestinal, pelvic infections and severe systemic infections.
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What is Ciplox?
Ciplox is an antibiotic drug used for treating bacterial infections. The name Ciplox is a trade equivalent of the official drug name - Ciprofloxacin, and is sold under many other names and generic versions. The development of Ciplox by the Bayer pharmaceutical company was a long-term effort that began in 1979 and culminated in the drug’s approval by the FDA in 1987. Since then, Ciplox has made its mark in the sphere of antibiotics, even making it to the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines, an indicator of its effectiveness and prominence. Ciplox works by blocking bacterial DNA and enzymes necessary for bacterial division and subsequent reproduction.

What are the indications for using Ciplox?
Ciplox can be used to treat:
  • Joint infection – a form of arthritis that manifests itself in joint pain, swelling, redness, rigidity, and warmth.
  • Respiratory tract infection – a very common illness that affect the breathing routes of the body. Respiratory tract infections are often more serious threat than the common cold, requiring extensive treatment.
  • Typhoid fever – a serious infection caused by salmonella typhi bacteria and inducing abdominal pain, fever, constipation, headaches and weakness.
  • Prostatitis – an inflammation of the prostate gland.
  • Other conditions, including endocarditis, urinary tract infection, otitis externa, anthrax, and several others.
What is the dosage of Ciplox?
This drug is supplied in the form of tablets. Tablets usually come with dosages of 250mg or 500mg, and treatment can vary from a 250mg dose to a 750mg dose. The standard dosage for most infections is 500mg taken every twelve hours, but some illnesses like a urinary tract infection require smaller doses of 250mg, while skin structure infections require doses of 750 mg.

What are the contraindications for using Ciplox?
Ciplox should not be taken by anyone allergic to Ciprofloxacin or quinolone antibiotics. Furthermore, it should not be taken by pregnant women, and can only be taken by children in rare, doctor-approved cases. Finally, the drug is known to interact with other drugs, including Hydrocodone, Bupropion, Theophylline, Avanafil, and many others listed on the drug manufacturer’s website.

What are the adverse effects of Ciplox?
In some cases, Ciplox is known to cause mild side effects (nausea, rash, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.) and more severe effects (tendon rapture, tremor, psychosis, hallucinations, etc.)