|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 1.76||US$ 52.80||
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 1.69||US$ 101.374%US$ 105.60||
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 1.53||US$ 137.8013%US$ 158.40||
|US Brand Name||Faropenem|
Farobact ER 300 contains Faropenem, an antibiotic medicine primarily used to treat infections of the lungs and urinary tract. Faropenem is effective in treating the following infections:
— Upper respiratory tract infection - tonsilitis, pharyngitis
— Lower respiratory tract infections - pneumonia, acute bronchitis, pulmonary suppuration.
— Urinary tract infection - prostatitis, seminal gland inflammation, pyelonephritis.
— Ear, nose, and throat infections - sinusitis, tympanitis, otitis externa
— Skin and skin structure infections - folliculitis, pustular acne, contagious impetigo, suppurative nail inflammation, infective sebaceous cyst, erysipelas, lymphangitis, chronic pyoderma, secondary infection of external wounds or surgical wounds.
The recommended dose of Farobact extended-release tablets in most infections caused by susceptible microorganisms is one tablet of 300 mg twice daily. The dose of this antibiotic medicine can be increased depending on the response to the treatment. The recommended treatment duration is 7 to 14 days, depending on the infection's severity and clinical response. The treatment duration depends upon the infection's severity, clinical response, and bacteriological findings.
Safety regarding treatment during pregnancy has not been established. In pregnant women, the medicine should be given if the benefits of the treatment are higher than the risk involved.
Farobact should be used with caution in the following conditions:
— Patients who are allergic to penicillin or other antibiotic agents
— Patients with a history of atopy
— Patients with renal insufficiency. The dosage should be reduced in such cases.
— Geriatric patients
— Patients with poor oral intake or poor general state
— Diarrhoea and loss of bowel movements are frequently reported with the use of Faropenem. In case it occurs, especially in the case of elderly patients, appropriate measures, such as discontinuation of Faropenem etc., should be taken.
Faropenem therapy may change the normal bacterial flora in the intestines and can cause supra infections by organisms, including clostridium difficile or candida, particularly with long-term use. The medicine contains lactose; patients with rare hereditary problems of galactose intolerance, Lapp lactase deficiency, or glucose-galactose malabsorption should not take this medicine. Be cautious, as diarrhoea and loss in aged people may lead to the general degeneration of health; therefore, if these symptoms are observed, stop the treatment and take appropriate measures; elderly patients are more prone to bleeding or haemorrhage due to vitamin K deficiency.
Farobact 300 mg is generally well tolerated. The most frequently reported side effects are abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, rash, and loose bowel movements. The following adverse effects have also been observed:
- Acute renal failure - In case of acute renal impairment, severe symptoms of dysfunction of the kidneys are observed, but when it becomes abnormal, stop the treatment immediately and take appropriate measures.
- Shock - patients should be monitored closely. In case of pain, trouble breathing, dizziness, tinnitus, generalized flushing perspiration, low blood pressure, urge to excrete the bowels, angioedema, etc., stop the medication and take appropriate steps.
- Liver function disorders
- Vitamin deficiency - Vitamin K deficiency Symptoms (low prothrombin, bleeding tendency). Symptoms of vitamin B deficiency (inflammation of the tongue, lack of appetite, stomatitis, neuritis, lack of appetite, etc.).
- Gastrointestinal disorders - Diarrhea, stomachache, gastritis, vomiting, constipation, lack of appetite, inflammation of the corners of the mouth and lips.
If you develop any side effects, talk to your doctor.