Linzolid 200mg + Dextrose 5gm

Linzolid 200mg + Dextrose 5gm


COMPOSITION: Linzolid 200mg + Dextrose 5gm


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Linezolid + Dextrose injection relates to that class of drugs which are known as oxazolidinones which is useful in the treatment of bacterial infections. These infections include lung, skin, and urinary tract infections. Bacterial infections are those infections which cause by harmful bacteria, and these bacteria enter the human body through an infectious person, cut, and wound, and reproduce thousands of bacteria into the body of the patient. Additionally, it also treats those infections that are resistant to antibiotics. The symptoms of bacterial infections include inflammation, headache, swelling, rashes, and fever.

Linezolid + Dextrose injection is a mixture of two different drugs, named Linezolid, and Dextrose. Both are useful salt and effects positive against infections. Linezolid, is comes under the category of antibiotics, and works by controlling the formation of a protein that is useful in the growth of bacteria, and helps bacteria in doing the activity. On the other hand, Dextrose helps in the replacement of fluid loss.  Overall, both salts together treat symptoms of bacterial infections. This medicine is only injectable and injected by professional healthcare.  Self-medication with this drug can be dangerous for patients.

Many patients or users may feel symptoms of common bad effects with the use of the Linezolid + Dextrose injection, and these side effects contain vomiting, metallic taste, nausea, dizziness, constipation, headache, diarrhea,  indigestion, and fungal infections. These are expected side effects, gone or resolve after some time. in case of feeling symptoms of severe side effects, patients should consult with their professional physician. Pregnant women should not use this injection because it may harm the unborn baby. Avoid the use of alcohol, and smoking after taking this medication.

Common Adverse Effects With The Use Of Linezolid + Dextrose Injection

This injection is safe to use but many patients or users with hypersensitivity feel some common effects and do not require any medical treatment. Here are some common aftereffects of the use of medication.

  • Thrush (fungal infection)
  • Headache
  • Metallic taste
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Dizziness
  • Constipation
  • Indigestion

Drug To Drug Interactions

Linezolid + Dextrose injection may have interactions with other drugs which are related to categories like an antiasthma, antihistamine, antihypertensive agent, antiemetic, and diuretics. Every patient should know about these interactions to avoid the harmful effects of the use of this medicine. Following are some names of medications that interact with Linezolid + Dextrose injection.


Storage Indications

Patients or users should keep the medication in a drawer or cupboard. It is mandatory to keep Linezolid + Dextrose injection in a cool and dry place away from dark sunlight. Additionally, keep medicine away from children, and pets.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question:  Can I use Linezolid + Dextrose injection for the treatment of viral infections?

Answer: No, this injection-based medication is not useful in treating viral infections like flu, common cold, and cough. The primary function of this drug is to treat bacterial infections.

Question: Does Linezolid + Dextrose injection responsible for diarrhea?

Answer: diarrhea is the side effect of this medicine and it is not mandatory that it occurs s avoid these symptoms patient should drink water or fluids, and avoid spicy food. Other than this if patients feel bloody stool then they should take immediate consultation with a doctor.

Question: What kind of food should a [patient avoid after taking a prescription for Linezolid + Dextrose injection?

Answer:  The patient should avoid foods like cheese, overripe fruits, cured,  wine, and pickles because these foods contain high amounts of tyramine. With Linezolid + Dextrose injection use of tyramine can lead a patient to high blood pressure.

Question: Can  I use Linezolid + Dextrose injection without the doctor’s permission?

Answer: No, the use of injection is dangerous for people who have no knowledge, because dose and duration are recommended by doctors to patients.


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