How To Use
- Cefuroxime oral is administered orally.
- Swallow the pill whole, without crushing, chewing, or breaking it.
- Cefuroxime can be taken with or without food.
- Take no more than the recommended dose. Take this medicine at the same time every day
- Cefuroxime injection is injected into a muscle or vein by your doctor in the hospital for 5 to 10 days.
- You may get diarrhea or stomach discomfort while taking Cefuroxime, but this should subside soon after the course is over. Consult your doctor if the diarrhea worsens.
- Take all of the medicine prescribed by your doctor even if you begin to feel better. Stopping it too soon may lead the bacteria to acquire resistance, making the infection more difficult to cure.
- Keep Cefuroxime in its original container, properly closed, and out of the reach of children and pets.
- Keep Cefuroxime tablets at room temperature and away from sources of extreme moisture and heat.
This medicine is used in lung infections, skin and soft tissue infections, meningitis (inflammation of membrane covering brain), urinary tract infections, gonorrhoea (sexually transmitted disease). This medicine is also used in different surgical procedures and in serious infections.
This medicine may cause pain at injection site, allergy, stomach upset, candidiasis (oral or vaginal infection), disorders which decrease white blood cell types (neutropenia, leucopenia), increased liver enzymes and blood urea, positive coomb's test (test which detect antibodies against red blood cells). Please consult your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms.
Cefuroxime is safe to use during pregnancy to treat bacterial infections. It is unknown whether or not Cefuroxime causes birth abnormalities in the fetus. Pregnant females should consult their doctors before using this medicine.
Cefuroxime is not considered harmful during breastfeeding. It is found in lower concentrations in breast milk. It should only be used by lactating females if the advantages outweigh the risks to the baby. It is best for lactating females to consult their doctors before using Cefuroxime.
Cefuroxime may induce dizziness, disorientation, or seizures in some people. It is best to not drive after taking Cefuroxime.
Cefuroxime may cause a rise in the levels of liver enzymes and can raise the danger of liver damage. People with liver diseases should consult their doctors before using Cefuroxime.
Cefuroxime is eliminated through urine after being processed by the kidney. It can accumulate and cause toxicity if the kidney is compromised. People having kidney diseases should consult their doctors before using Cefuroxime.
It is uncertain if there is any interaction of Cefuroxime with alcohol. It is best to consult your doctor before consumption.
Cefuroxime may contain inactive substances that can induce allergic reactions or other complications. For more information, consult your doctor. Inform your doctor about your medical history, particularly if you have kidney disease, gastrointestinal disease (colitis), liver problems, or poor nutrition.
Cefuroxime may cause dizziness or drowsiness.
Cefuroxime may impair the effectiveness of live bacterial vaccines (such as typhoid vaccine). Unless your doctor instructs you otherwise, do not undergo any immunizations or vaccines while taking this medicine.
When administering Cefuroxime to the elderly, use caution since they could be more susceptible to its effects.
If you get a rash, skin irritation, difficulty breathing, or swelling in your mouth or face, consult your doctor or seek medical attention immediately.
Cefuroxime is not recommended for those who are allergic to cephalosporins or Cefuroxime. This medicine should be used with caution in people who are allergic to penicillin.
How does Cefuroxime work?
Cefuroxime is a type of antibiotic known as a cephalosporin. It eliminates bacteria by stopping them from producing their own defensive layer.
How long does it take for Cefuroxime to take effect?
Cefuroxime starts fighting the infection in your body immediately. You should begin to feel better after two days, but keep taking the entire term of your prescription even if you believe you no longer require it.
Is it possible for Cefuroxime to make you drowsy?
Drowsiness is a possible adverse effect of Cefuroxime, but it does not occur frequently. It is common to feel weary or exhausted after an infection, but consult your doctor if this persists for more than a few days of using Cefuroxime.
What should be done if a dose is missed?
Forms taken orally: Try not to miss a scheduled Cefuroxime dose. If you forget to take your medication on time, take it immediately when you remember. If it has been postponed for over 12 hours, skip the missing dose and resume your regular dosing schedule. Do not increase the dose. Injectable forms: It is critical to administer Cefuroxime injection at the stated time. If you forget to take a dose, call your doctor and schedule a consultation for more instructions.