Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Prescription Required

Packaging :

strip of 10 capsules

Manufacturer :

LA Grande Pvt Ltd



Introduction to Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule contains Chloramphenicol, an antibiotic, which is like a special agent in fighting bacterial infections. It's part of a class known as broad-spectrum antibiotics, used to treat various bacterial infections

Chloramphenicol is a tiny superhero It sneaks into bad bacteria, stopping them from making their proteins. Without these proteins, the bacteria can't grow or survive.

Swallow tablets whole, and use the special measuring device for the liquid You can take it with or without food, but try to take it at the same time every day for the best effect.

Some people might feel sick, get an upset stomach, or taste something weird. Usually, these aren't serious and will go away.

Sometimes causes big problems with blood cells. If you start getting unexplained bruises, bleed easily, or have a sore throat that doesn't go away, tell a doctor right away very small babies, especially those born early, need extra care with this medicine because it can make them very sick.

If you forget a dose, take it as soon as you remember. But, if it's nearly time for your next dose, just skip the missed one. Don't take double to make up for it.


How Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule Works

Chloramphenicol as a superhero that can sneak into bacterial cells because it loves fat. Once inside, it targets the bacterial protein-making machinery, specifically the L16 protein on their ribosomes. It's like gumming up the works – Chloramphenicol stops the transfer of building blocks needed for proteins. This disruption prevents bacteria from making vital proteins, hindering their growth and survival. In simpler terms, Chloramphenicol is like a superhero gumming up the bacterial assembly line, making it tough for them to thrive.

How to take Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Follow your doctor's guidance on it's use
Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule is available in different forms, including tablets and liquid solutions
Swallow the tablet whole and measure the liquid medicine with the provided device
While you can take it with or without food, it's recommended to take this medicine at a consistent time for better results

Special Precautions about Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Chloramphenicol has been associated with the development of serious and potentially fatal blood dyscrasias, such as aplastic anemia, agranulocytosis, and bone marrow suppression. It is crucial to monitor blood counts regularly during treatment, and immediate discontinuation is necessary. if any signs of blood dyscrasias (eg, unexplained bruising, bleeding, or persistent sore throat) occur.
Neonates, especially premature infants, are at an increased risk of developing 'gray syndrome". if exposed to high doses of Chloramphenicol. This syndrome is characterized by cyanosis, abdominal distension, vasomotor collapse, and a characteristic gray coloration of the skin. Careful monitoring of drug levels is required in neonates, and dosage adjustments may be necessary.

USES IN Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Bacterial infections

BENEFITS OF Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Treats various bacterial infections effectively.
Controls and prevents bacterial growth.
Acts against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.

SIDE EFFECTS OF Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

Taste change

What if I Missed a Dose of Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

If you miss a dose, take it when you remember. If your next dose is close, skip the missed one and stay on your regular schedule. Avoid taking two doses at once. Consult your doctor for guidance on managing missed doses effectively.

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Safety Advice For Gravomycetin 250mg Capsule

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