Loracarbef

Overview

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Primary Characterstics

Indications

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Pharmacokinetics

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Contraindications

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Dosage

Loracarbef's dosage details are as follows:
Dose Single Dose Frequency Route Instructions

Adult Dosage

200 mg200 (200)12 hourlyPOFor skin and soft tissue infections: Should be given for 7 days.
200 mg200 (200)12 hourlyPOFor streptococcal pharyngitis: Should be given for 10 days.
200 to 400 mg300 (300)12 hourlyPOFor urinary tract infections: Should be given for 7-14 days.
200 to 400 mg300 (300)12 hourlyPOFor bronchitis: Should be given for 7 days.
400 mg400 (400)12 hourlyPOFor Pneumonia: Should be given for 14 days.
400 mg400 (400)12 hourlyPOFor Sinusitis: Should be given for 10 days.

Paedriatic Dosage (20kg)

7.5 mg/kg7.5 (7.5)12 hourlyFor uncomplicated infections.
15 mg/kg15 (15)12 hourlyOtitis nedia.

Neonatal Dosage (3kg)

No data regarding the neonatal dosage details of Loracarbef is available.

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Storage Conditions

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Interference in Pathology

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Brands / Trade Names of Loracarbef

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Manufacturers of Loracarbef in Pakistan

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