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Azithromycin is widely used to treat various bacterial infections of the body. It is a macrolide type antibiotic that works in the body by stopping the growth of bacteria and other harmful enzymes. Azithromycin is not suitable to cure viral infections such as flu, common cold, and other things. Zithromax, the other name of Azithromycin must be used only to treat infections that can be caused by harmful bacteria’s. Zithromax is a macrolide based antibacterial drug that is used for the treatment of patients with moderate to high infections.
Zithromax must be given to the patient in limited dosage regularly. It must be given orally with or without food. Oral usage of this medicine is not for pediatric use. Doctors prescribe to take this medicine as 1g initially. Also, its entire content should be mixed thoroughly into 2 ounces of water.
The recommended initial dosage of Azithromycin for the treatment of non-gonococcal urethritis is crevictis is 1 gram (1000mg) regularly.
The recommended dosage of Zithromax for treating the problem of disseminated mycobacterium avium complex is 1200mg. It must be taken once a week. Besides, this dosage can also be combined with other approved dosage of rifabutin.
For treating the problem related to Disseminated MAC infection, the initial dosage is 600mg. It can be combined with ethambutol of 15mg daily.
For other information related to dosage, consult your doctor.
Read the medication label before taking Azithromycin.
Azithromycin may cause a condition that can affect your heart rhythm which is also called QT prolongation. As this problem is rarely seen while taking Azithromycin. If you find any of the symptoms related to this, tell your doctor promptly.
QT prolongation may increase in your body if you are taking some other medication along with this drug. So, before taking Azithromycin, tell your doctor what all drugs are you taking. If there is a problem related to heart or family related heart problems, consult your doctor.
Before using this disease, tell your doctor about your medical history related to liver, kidney or any other muscle disease.
Take an increased amount of potassium and magnesium rich food in your diet. Low levels of potassium or magnesium in the blood may increase the risk of QT prolongation.
For other information, consult your medical officer.