CIPROFAR || For the treatment of prostate and urethra
Active Ingredient :
Respiratory and sinus infection
Bacterial infection of joints and bones
Urinary tract infection and urinary tract infection
Some types of diarrhea
pharmacological forms of Ciprofar
Contains a concentration of 750 mg of the active ingredient ciprofloxacin
Contains a concentration of 500 mg of the active ingredient ciprofloxacin
The usual dose for adults is:
A dose of 350-500 mg is given every 12 hours, and the treatment continues for one to two weeks.
Treatment of acute gastroenteritis:
One tablet is taken twice a day for 2-7 days.
Infection of joints and bones:
A dose is given at a rate of one tablet twice a day, and the treatment continues for 4-6 weeks.
Respiratory infection treatment:
A dose of one tablet is taken twice a day for 5-10 days.
Treatment of pelvic nephritis:
A dose of one tablet is taken twice a day for 7-14 days.
The dose and duration of treatment determined by the doctor must be adhered to, and the medication should not be stopped before the end of the treatment period so as not to cause the infection to return again.
Infection Bacteria that cause infections
The dose for children is determined by weight
Equivalent to 10-20 mg/kg every 12 hours.
For the treatment of anthrax
A dose of 15 mg/kg of the child’s weight is taken every 12 hours, and the treatment continues for 60 days.
to treat the plague
A dose is given at a rate of 15 mg/kg of the child’s weight every 12 hours, and the treatment continues from 10 days to 3 weeks.
ciprofar 750 dose
The dose ranges from 250 to 750 every 12 hours a day
Treatment usually lasts 5 to 21 days, but may take longer for severe infections.
Contraindications to the use of Ciprofar 750 and Ciprofar 500:
Allergy to any of the components of the drug
Patients taking tizanidine
Patients with kidney disease, epilepsy, or heart problems
Patients with diabetes
Feeling sick and vomiting
Swelling and pain in the stomach or intestines
Dizziness and headache
Disorders in some liver function tests
Vaginal yeast infection (Candida)
Typhoid fever is caused by a bacterium known as “Salmonella” and is often transmitted through contaminated food or water.
Typhoid fever can be treated with antibiotics, but the resistance of Salmonella bacteria to different types of antibiotics may make it more difficult to treat typhoid fever.
The doctor may prescribe Ciprofar medication in case of an oral abscess, and the doctor may sometimes resort to a procedure to empty the abscess if it is not treated with antibiotics.
Ciprofar 500 Cold:
A cold and its symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing and nasal congestion do not need to take an antibiotic to treat it because a cold is a condition caused by a virus. Antibiotics work to eliminate bacteria and not viruses, so antibiotics are not used except in the case of a bacterial infection in the respiratory system.
Ciprofar 500 and Ciprofar 750 pregnancy:
It is advised to avoid the use of Ciprofar during pregnancy when a safer antibiotic is available to treat infection, as some experiments conducted on animals have shown an increase in the rate of abortion and a decrease in fetal weight, but it has not been proven that the drug causes toxicity or malformation of fetuses, so the use of Ciprofar is As prescribed by the doctor and under his supervision.
Ciprofar 500 and breastfeeding:
Ciprovar passes into breast milk, so it is advised to stop breastfeeding during the treatment period, because Ciprovar may harm the baby.