|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 0.53||US$ 15.93||
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.53||US$ 31.86||
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 0.53||US$ 47.79||
|US Brand Name||Zithromax|
|Manufacturer||FDC Ltd, India|
Zathrin 100 mg is a dispersible tablet prescribed to children for mild to moderate infections caused by susceptible bacteria. The bacterial infections include:
- Ear infections
- Infected throat or tonsils
- Community-acquired pneumonia
The star ingredient is Azithromycin, a group of macrolide antibiotics, which works by inhibiting the growth of the infection-causing bacteria and stopping it from multiplying in the body. This prevents the spreading of the infection. Azithromycin should not be used by people who cannot tolerate oral medications because they are already or have certain other risk factors, including:
- have hospital-acquired infections
- Have known or suspected bacteria in the blood
- need to be in the hospital
- Have any medical conditions that can lower the ability of the immune system to fight infections.
Zathrin DT is not recommended to treat viral infections such as the common cold. Also, it is still not known if the antibiotic drug is safe and effective to use in children with ear infections, community-acquired pneumonia, sinus infections under six months of age. The safety and effectiveness of Azithromycin dispersible tablets for infected throat or tonsils in children below two years of age have not been established.
Give Zathrin DT to your child exactly as your doctor recommends. The dose of the medicine usually depends on the type and severity of the infection. So, it is important to adhere to the dosing regimen prescribed by your doctor. Your child may vomit after taking medicine, so don’t panic; you just need to give the same dose again if your kid vomits within half an hour of taking the antibiotic. It is always best to give the medicine with food since children often have a sensitive stomach and could easily get stomach problems. Usually, a child begins to feel better within 3 to 5 days of regular taking medicine. However, it is still important to complete the full course of the medicine as this reduces the risk of reinfection. If you forget a dose of antibiotic to your child, don’t panic. Unless your child’s doctor recommends a specific regimen for your child, you can give the missed dose as soon as you remember, but make sure there should be at least twelve hours the next dose is due.
Inform your child’s health care specialist about any previous allergy episodes, liver problems, kidney impairment, or any other medical condition. Knowing the medical history is critical for dose recommendations and planning for the child’s overall treatment. People with kidney and liver impairment require dose adjustment. Please consult your child’s doctor for more information. One should discontinue treatment if signs and symptoms of hepatitis appear, including paleness, vomiting, and weakness.
Some of the mild side effects of Zathrin DT 100 mg are vomiting, nausea, diarrhoea, and stomach pain. Most of these side effects resolve within a few days of taking medicine as your child’s body adapts to the medicine. Rarely do these persist or become troublesome for your child; in such a case, please consult your child’s doctor without any delay.