Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Prescription Required

Packaging :

vial of 1 ml Injection

Manufacturer :

Gold Line

Composition :

Cefuroxime (1.5gm)



Introduction to Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Travexel 1.5gm Injection is prescribed to treat bacterial infections in various parts of the body. It is effective against conditions such as bronchitis (infection of the airway tubes leading to the lungs), gonorrhea (a sexually transmitted disease), Lyme disease (an infection transmitted by ticks), and infections of the skin, ears, sinuses, throat, tonsils, and urinary tract.

It contains Cefuroxime, which belongs to the cephalosporin antibiotics class, acting by inhibiting the growth of bacteria.

It's crucial to note that antibiotics like cefuroxime do not work against viral infections such as colds or the flu. Misuse of antibiotics can increase the risk of developing infections that are resistant to antibiotic treatment.

It acts by interfering with the synthesis of the bacterial cell wall, a crucial component that provides structural support and protection to the bacteria. By targeting the cell wall, cefuroxime weakens it, leading to the eventual rupture and death of the bacteria.

The medication should be taken at the same times each day, and the full prescription course should be completed even if symptoms improve earlier.

It may decrease the effectiveness of some oral contraceptives, so alternative birth control methods should be discussed with your doctor.

If you forgot your daily dose of this medicine, take it when you remember. But, if the next dose is on the horizon, don't stress—just let it slide. Resist the urge to double up.


How Travexel 1.5gm Injection Works

Cefuroxime as a superhero that destroys bacteria by messing up their outer structure, kind of like their protective armor. It's like taking away their defense mechanism. What's cool is that Cefuroxime can handle different types of weapons that bacteria might use against it, making it a versatile defender. So, it goes after both strong and tricky bacteria, making sure they can't build their protective walls, and ultimately stopping them in their tracks.

How to take Travexel 1.5gm Injection

This medicine will be provided by your doctor or nurse; please avoid selfadministration
Do not take it on your own; wait for guidance from your doctor or nurse
Trust your healthcare professional to administer the medicine; do not attempt selfadministration

Special Precautions about Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Cephalosporin antibiotics, including Cefuroxime, have been associated with an increased risk of seizures, especially in patients with preexisting central nervous system disorders or renal impairment. Caution is advised, and the dosage may need adjustment in such cases.
Dosage adjustments may be necessary in patients with impaired renal function. Cefuroxime is primarily excreted through the kidneys. Regular monitoring of renal function is recommended during prolonged therapy.
Patients with a history of severe allergic reactions to penicillin may have an increased risk of cross-reactivity with cephalosporins. Cefuroxime careful monitoring is essential, and the use of an alternative antibiotic may be considered.

USES IN Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Bacterial infections

BENEFITS OF Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Treats bacterial infections effectively.
Resolves respiratory and skin infections.
Supports prompt recovery from infections.

SIDE EFFECTS OF Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Allergic reaction
Increased liver enzymes
Injection site reaction

What if I Missed a Dose of Travexel 1.5gm Injection

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 Travexel 1.5gm Injection

Check for risk indication explain below.

High risk Moderate risk Safe

Disease Explanation :


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