Buy Cleocin Online
Cleocin drug that has an antimicrobial effect on particularly resistant microorganisms. Cleocin antibiotic for systemic use.
Composition and form of release
The main active ingredient is Clindamycin, wheat starch, lactose, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, azorubin, indigo, titanium dioxide, food gelatin are used as auxiliary substances.
The drug is available in the form of capsules, which contain white or light yellow powder. In one package of the drug there are 16 capsules, packed in 8 pieces in one blister.
An antibiotic belonging to the group of lincosamides that demonstrate a wide spectrum of action. Clindamycin (Cleocin) inhibits protein synthesis in the microbial cell and interacts with the 50S subunits of prokaryotic ribosomes. The drug disrupts the synthesis of proteins in microorganisms at the level of ribosomes and, combining with the 50S subunit of bacterial ribosomes, inhibits the process of traslacation.
The drug shows high activity against Gram-positive opportunistic and pathogenic microflora, including anaerobic microflora and clostridia.
It is used in the treatment of inflammatory and infectious diseases that are caused by a pathogen sensitive to Clindamycin. The drug has proven its effectiveness in the treatment of pharyngitis, tonsillitis, otitis media, sinusitis, infectious lesions of the urinary system, arthritis, osteomyelitis, chlamydia, toxoplasmosis and gynecological diseases.
The drug is intended for the treatment of severe infections for patients with allergic reactions to penicillin. As well as in cases where other drugs of antimicrobial action are powerless or contraindicated to the patient.
Cleocin (Clindamycin) is prescribed:
- With chronic sinusitis of anaerobic origin,
- For some types of purulent inflammation of the ears,
- As a maintenance therapy for the use of antibiotics,
- With pharyngotonsillitis,
- With aspiration and non-reproducing pneumonia,
- Lung abscesses,
- For lung diseases caused by cocci and anaerobic microorganisms,
- Infections of tissues and skin,
- For osteomyelitis and arthritis,
- For gynecological diseases (endometritis, various vaginitis and salpingitis, cervicitis),
- With peritonitis,
- In dentistry for periodontitis and abscesses,
- AIDS patients for the treatment of encephalitis and pneumonia in combination with other medications,
- As an independent remedy in the treatment of malaria.
It is not prescribed for renal insufficiency and individual intolerance to Clindamycin.
The drug is used with great caution if the patient has kidney failure or obstruction of the bile ducts.
The diagnosis is infectious meningitis, as well as individual intolerance to clindamycin or auxiliary components.
Use during pregnancy and lactation
The drug has the ability to penetrate through the placenta and into breast milk. In infants, there may be an increase and a high frequency of side effects. Therefore, the drug should be taken during lactation only in extreme cases, when the effectiveness of treatment is higher than the risk of side effects in the baby.
Method of administration and dosage
Capsules of clindamycin are swallowed with a glass of water. The dosage and duration of treatment is determined individually depending on the disease, its course and degree of complexity. The drug is not prescribed for children under 6 years of age.The average daily dose for an adult is no more than 1800 mg. Usually, the drug is divided into 3-4 doses. In particularly severe cases, the dose can be increased and the duration of treatment will be up to two weeks.
Children's daily dose ranges from 8-25 mg according to the adult separation system.
IT is IMPORTANT to remember that even with improvements, you can not stop taking the drug yourself! You need to drink the full course, the cancellation is justified only in case of adverse reactions from the body.
It is used in the treatment of newborns for vital indications. In this case, children receive the drug from 15 to 20 mg per kg of weight from 3 to 4 times a day. Children older than one month receive the drug parenterally from 20 to 40 mg per kg of body weight per day, divided into 3 or 4 doses.
Adult patients receive the drug for 2400 or 2700 mg from 2 to 4 times a day.
The toxicity of the drug is not related to the dosage.
If symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, skin rashes occur, a number of measures should be taken. Wash the stomach, take a sorbent (activated charcoal), enter epinephrine, anti-allergenic, corticosteroid preparations intravenously into therapy.
It is necessary to know that clindamycin is not excreted from the blood serum.
Adverse reactions may occur from the digestive system, nervous system, skin, immune system, liver, blood, neurologists. The most common manifestations are: abdominal pain, vomiting, stomach upset, colitis, abdominal colic, anaphylactic shock, vaginitis, itching urticaria, various skin rashes, dermatitis, jaundice, increased nitrogen levels in the urine, dysgeusia, oliguria, proteinuria, polyarthritis.
In any case, do not use after the expiration date, which is indicated on the package. Store at a temperature not exceeding 25 °C out of the reach of children.