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Acivir 500 Infusion

Acivir 500 Infusion

Prescription Required

Packaging :

vial of 1 Infusion

Manufacturer :

Cipla Ltd

Composition :

Acyclovir (500mg)

MRP :

₹452₹503

Introduction to Acivir 500 Infusion

Please note that Acivir 500 Infusion should only be administered by a healthcare professional It should not be selfadministered The medication is given through a slow intravenous IV infusion over a period of one hour to ensure that the kidneys are not damaged It is important to stay hydrated while undergoing treatment with this medicine and drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration and potential kidney damage Some common side effects of Acivir 500 Infusion include vomiting nausea and increased liver enzymes You may also experience reactions at the injection site such as pain swelling or redness If any of these side effects persist for a prolonged period it is important to inform your doctor If you are pregnant planning to conceive or breastfeeding please consult your doctor before using Acivir 500 Infusion It is important to have a discussion with your healthcare provider regarding the potential risks and benefits of this medication in these situations
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USES IN Acivir 500 Infusion

Herpes simplex virus infections
Chickenpox
Shingles
Herpes labialis
Genital herpes infection

SIDE EFFECTS OF Acivir 500 Infusion

Vomiting
Nausea
Injection site reaction
Increased liver enzymes

Safety Advice For Acivir 500 Infusion

Check for risk indication explain below.

High risk Moderate risk Safe

Disclaimer : This information is not a substitute for medical advice. Consult your healthcare provider before making any changes to your treatment . Do not ignore or delay professional medical advice based on anything you have seen or read on Medwiki.

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