Erythromycin is used to treat or stop various types of infections caused by bacteria. These infections encompass pneumonia; bronchitis; Legionnaires; diphtheria; ear infections; skin infections; venereal disease, and rheumatic fever. Initially, the medicine was marketed by Eli Lilly and Company, and these days it is known as EES (erythromycin ethylsuccinate). The medicine belongs to the group of drugs called acrolide antibiotics.
The intake of the medicine should be made exactly as prescribed by the doctor. This is to avoid smaller or larger or for longer than recommended to obtain maximum benefits. Normally, the dose prescribed for Erythromycin is to be taken with a glass full of water every 6 hours (four times a day) or every 8 hours (three times a day) for about a week or more. The liquid medicine (oral suspension) should be shaken well for about 15 seconds and is measured with a dose-measuring spoon before taken.
Missing a dose is really not good as it may affect the treatment procedure. The patient should know when to take dose so that he or she does not skip a dose and thus expect a timely recovery. If a patient forgets to take the recommended dose on the time given then he or she should take one dose to make up for the loss. But this is only required to do when the next dose is not scheduled. Do not double the dose.
Erythromycin dosage and forms are available in different shapes and sizes. It all depends upon the health care provider which form he decides for you. Depending upon the nature of the bacterial infection you may be advised to take oral delayed release tablet, oral delayed release capsule, and oral tablet, powder for injection, oral suspension, or oral granule for reconstitution.
Before taking the medicine the patient should inform all the medications he or she is already taking so that the doctor can advise you whether Erythromycin is meant for you or not.
The intake of Erythromycin can interact with high fat meals, or rich and spicy meals. To get detailed information on it the patient should meet the doctor and know which food items need to be stopped.
There are few medications that when interact with Erythromycin may cause certain side effects, including over-the-internet, prescriptions, vitamins and herbal products. Some of the most common side effects of this medicinal drug are:
Note: Erythromycin is an adult medicine that should be kept away from the reach of kids. The medicine needs to be stored at room temperature away from heat and moisture. Besides, place an order for Erythromycin online for fast delivery.
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