JoinHub Pharma is a WHO-GMP & EU-GMP certified Amoxicillin Injections manufacturer, supplier & exporter based in India. JoinHub Pharma’s Amoxicillin Injections are GMP certified and are manufactured in our manufacturing facilities located in India.
We have a WHO-GMP manufacturing pharma factory located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. According to international regulatory guidelines, the EUGMP-approved plant in India is built and also approved by WHO-GMP, EU-GMP, MOH of different countries, and other regulatory agencies.
Therapy: Bacterial Infections
Active Ingredients: Amoxicillin
Amoxicillin Injection belongs to the penicillin category of injections. This antibiotic is utilised in curing various bacterial infections such as infections of the skin, bones, joints, infections in the respiratory tract such as pneumonia, urinary tract infections, gastrointestinal tract infections, problems in the brain such as meningitis, heart, blood and other related conditions.
The signs of any side effects usually disappear once the patient’s body adjusts to the prescribed drug. However, if the symptoms are persistent, consult a health-care professional immediately. Some of the most common side effects include-
- Pain, rash, swelling and redness at the site where the injection is administered
Indications and Usage:
This injection is useful in the treatment of various bacterial infections such as gum ulcers, other dental problems such as abscesses, leg ulcers and pressure sores. Amoxicillin Injections work by stopping any further growth of bacteria that leads to the infection.
Amoxicillin Injection of 500mg can be safely consumed along with alcohol. Although it is safe to administer this injection when the patient is pregnant, it should be undertaken only if it is prescribed by your doctor. Moreover, this medication does not pass in a considerate amount to the baby while the mother is undertaking this injection as well as breastfeeding. As this drug causes dizziness, convulsions as well as other related effects, driving any motor vehicles might be unfit while the patient is being administered this medication. One should always inform about their medical condition to their physician especially with a history of kidney problems. This injection is usually not recommended or an alteration in the dosage is needed in patients with severe kidney diseases. Amoxicillin injections are usually safe for anyone with liver problems under regular observation for the said duration.
Administration and Dosage:
This drug can either be administered with the help of an intravenous injection directly into the vein in three or four minutes of time or it may be given through a drip tube in the time duration of twenty to thirty minutes. Alternatively, it can be administered intramuscularly however, a single dose should not exceed 1g in adults as well as children under forty kilograms. Especially for children, a sixty milligrams limit of amoxil should not be stretched.
Amoxicillin injection like any other medication can interact with other medications and become a cause of concern. However, no severe reactions through amoxicillin injection have been reported so far. This injection when it comes in contact with various drugs such as amiloride, azithromycin, aztreonam, chloramphenicol, clarithromycin, erythromycin base, erythromycin ethylsuccinate, erythromycin lactobionate, erythromycin stearate, pyridoxine (antidote) may cause moderate reactions. Consult a medical expert to access a detailed list of all possible interactions through this injection as well as any cause of concern arising after the administration of the medication.
In terms of overdose from this medication, it can lead to fluctuation in fluid and electrolyte balance in the body. In some individual cases, patients reported about renal failure. Convulsions were only reported in those patients undergoing high dosages. So, with proper water balance, any cause of concern arising from gastrointestinal problems can be easily treated. In order to remove the presence of amoxicillin from the circulation, it can easily be done through haemodialysis.
One should seek medical help immediately in terms of any shortness of breath, difficulty in breathing, problems in swallowing or if any swelling is reported on the hands, face, mouth or throat. Contact your physician in order to treat these side effects.