ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION is a fixed-dose combination of cefepime and tazobactam which belongs to the group of medicines called antibiotics. It is used to treat several bacterial infections like lower respiratory tract infections such as pneumonia, acute bacterial exacerbation causing breathing difficulties, urinary tract infections, pyelonephritis, skin infections, abdominal and biliary tract infections, vaginal infections, bacteraemia, and bacterial meningitis in infants and children.
ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION is also used along with other antibacterial agents in the management of neutropenia caused by bacterial infection. Pneumonia is an infection that causes inflammation in the air sac, producing a cough with phlegm and shortness of breath. Pyelonephritis is a urinary tract infection affecting the urinary bladder that later spreads to the kidneys.
Bacteremia is an infectious condition indicating the presence of bacteria in the bloodstream. Bacterial meningitis is an infection caused by bacteria in the region surrounding the brain. Neutropenic means low levels of neutrophils (a type of white blood cell) in our body.
ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION should not be used in patients allergic to penicillin antibiotics, cefepime, tazobactam and other beta-lactam antibiotics. ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION should be used with caution in patients with kidney and liver diseases. Avoid using other aminoglycoside antibiotics and diuretics, and ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION.
There is no proper information regarding the use of ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION in pregnant women and so it should be used with caution in pregnant women. ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION should be used with caution in breastfeeding women. ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION should be used with caution in children above 2 months and elderly people. The common side effect of ACTAMASE 1000/125MG INJECTION is injection site reactions such as pain and inflammation. Consult your doctor if any of your symptoms get worse or persist.