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Ciprinol is one of the names for the antibiotic agent called ciprofloxacin. It is indicated for the therapy of infectious-inflammatory diseases caused by ciprofloxacin susceptible bacteria. The list of indications includes diverse bacterial infections of ears, nose (sinusitis), throat, kidneys and urinary tract (pyelonephritis, cystitis), genital organs, skin, abdominal cavity organs and musculoskeletal system (septic arthritis, osteomyelitis).
What is Ciprinol?
Ciprinol is one of the drugs that contain ciprofloxacin, ciprofloxacin hydrochloride, and ciprofloxacin lactate as the active ingredients. Ciprofloxacin is a potent antibacterial agent. Ciprinol tablets are white or slightly yellowish in color due to very light yellow color of pure crystalline ciprofloxacin. Ciprinol is an antibiotic drug that is quite effective against many types of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.
What are the indications for Ciprinol treatment?
Like most antibiotics, Ciprinol is utilized to treat all kinds of bacterial infectious diseases. Ciprinol may be prescribed for patients who suffer from ear, nose and throat (ENT) infections, respiratory infections, digestive system infections, urinary tract infections, as well as bacterial skin diseases. The ciprofloxacin’s specific enzyme-inhibiting capability has a strong detrimental effect on the bacteria’s viability.
What is the usual dosage of Ciprinol?
Most Ciprinol tablets come with 250 mg or 500 mg of the active substance. Depending on the patient’s condition, the duration of the treatment course will be from 7 to 14 days. Doctors will recommend the patients to take from 250 mg to 750 mg worth of Ciprinol once every 12 hours during the course. The dose will vary depending on the severity of the treated infection and the individual efficacy of the drug.
What are the contraindications for taking Ciprinol?
Ciprinol shares most of its contraindications with those of other antibiotics. Patient’s specific sensitivity to ciprofloxacin must be taken into consideration when prescribing a treatment course. Ciprinol should be used with caution by pregnant women, those who nurse, as well as by children and teenagers.
What are the adverse effects of Ciprinol?
Some of the side effects that Ciprinol has are related to digestive system dysfunction after antibiotic treatment. These may include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain or colitis. Some patients also report headache, dizziness, dysuria, increased heart rate, hypotension, skin itching. These may not include all of the side effects of Ciprinol. You should read the information that comes with the drug and consult your doctor for a full list of adverse effects that may be applicable to you.