Suprax

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Suprax (Cefixime) is a cephalosporin antibacterial used to treat uncomplicated UTIs, otitis media, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis and gonorrhea. It is typically prescribed in a dose of 400mg q24h or 200 mg q12h regardless to meals. For most infections treatment pills are taken for at least 10 days, whereas gonorrhea is treated by a single 400mg dose.
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What is Suprax?
Suprax is an antibiotic drug used to treat many kinds of bacterial infections. The official medical name of the drug is Cefixime, while Suprax is just a name it is sold under. Suprax was developed by the Lederle pharmaceutical lab as a safer alternative to other cephalosporin drugs on the market. Research began in the 1980’s and finally paid off with the drug’s approval by the FDA in 1989. Suprax was everything it was claimed to be and became a very popular antibiotic, being listed as an essential medicine by the World Health Organization. In 2003, Suprax’s patent expired, allowing numerous generic versions of the drug to become available to consumers.

What are the indications for using Suprax?
Suprax can be used to treat a number of common and not-so-common bacterial infections. The first we should mention is bronchitis. This is a very common infection of the lungs that usually takes several weeks to treat and which causes coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath. Another condition Suprax can be used to treat is pharyngitis. This is an inflammation in the throat whose symptoms include sore throat, scratchy throat, and difficulty with swallowing. Another popular use for Suprax is in the treatment of gonorrhea, a very prevalent and unpleasant sexually transmitted disease.

What is the dosage of Suprax?
Suprax comes in the form of a tablet that should be taken orally, preferably with a gulp of water and possibly some food. As is the case with all wide-ranging antibiotics, the dosage of Suprax will depend on the specific infection being treated, its severity, and several other individual factors, including patient’s age, weight, and medical history. Tablets come with different strengths between 100mg and 500mg, though the standard dose for bacterial infections will be between 200 and 400 mg once a day. Treatment can last for several weeks and up to a month.

What are the contraindications for using Suprax?
There are certain categories of patients who should not take Suprax. The first category is those with an allergy to the drug or other cephalosporin drugs. Another such category consists of patients who suffer from kidney disease and colitis. Finally, the drug is also known to interact with other antibiotics, anticoagulants and Carbamazepine.

What are the adverse effects of Suprax?
Possible side effects from Suprax use include nausea, diarrhea, dyspepsia, skin rash, vomiting, and urticarial. Patients that experience severe side effects should get medical help as soon as possible.