Tepra 40 Injection

Tepra 40 Injection

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Tepra 40 Injection is prescribed to prevent stress ulcers in critically ill patients and is administered prior to anesthesia to reduce the risk of aspirationrelated complications It belongs to a class of medications called proton pump inhibitors PPIs Instead of a tablet this medicine is given through a vein by a healthcare professional based on your doctors recommendation The dosage will be determined by your underlying condition and how your body responds to the treatment Even if your symptoms improve quickly it is important to continue taking the medicine as prescribed To enhance the effectiveness of the treatment it is advisable to eat smaller frequent meals and avoid caffeinated drinks spicy foods and fatty foods Common side effects of Tepra 40 Injection include nausea vomiting headache dizziness flatulence diarrhea stomach pain and thrombophlebitis pain redness and swelling of the vein These side effects are usually mild but if they persist or become bothersome it is recommended to consult your doctor Prolonged use of this medication may increase the risk of side effects For example using Tepra 40 Injection for more than a year may increase the likelihood of bone fractures especially with higher doses It is advisable to discuss with your doctor preventive measures against bone loss osteoporosis such as taking calcium and vitamin D supplements Tepra 40 Injection may not be suitable for individuals with severe liver problems those taking HIV medications those with a history of allergic reactions to similar medications or those experiencing bone loss osteoporosis Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult their doctor before taking this medication It is recommended to avoid alcohol consumption as it can increase stomach acid production and worsen symptoms If Tepra 40 Injection causes dizziness or drowsiness refrain from driving operating machinery or using tools