The description of the drug

"Sumamed" - a broad spectrum antibiotic that has activity against gram-negative, gram-positive, intracellular and anaerobic organisms. Prescribed for infections of the lower and upper respiratory tract and ear, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, otitis media, sinusitis, bronchitis, pneumonia. Also, the drug has shown its effectiveness in inflammatory processes of soft tissues and skin, diseases of duodenum and stomach, infections of the genital organs.

The drug is contraindicated in hypersensitivity to macrolide antibiotics, severe abnormalities of the kidney and liver. "Sumamed" for infusion cannot be used in patients under 16 years of age.

The antibiotic causes side effects such as anorexia, headaches, allergic reactions, disorders of taste and clarity of vision, pain in joints, weakness and hearing impaired. After application of the drug should start taking medicines to prevent dysbacteriosis and normalization of the intestinal microflora.

"Sumamed" slurry — application method

For suspension preparation "Sumamed" the contents of the vial with a syringe, add water. For the preparation of a drug with a volume of 15 ml is required to add to the vial of 8 ml of water, the shelf life of the suspension is 5 days. To get Sumamed" 30 ml should be added to 14.5 ml of water and store in the refrigerator for 10 days. The contents of the bottle, which is intended for the preparation of 37.5 ml suspension, using a syringe is added to 16.5 ml of water. After the bottle is shaken until a homogeneous suspension.

"Sumamed" is used once a day, an hour before food or two hours after a meal. The child after taking the drug should be encouraged to drink water to swallow the remnants of the suspension. Before each use of antibiotic contents of the vial should be thoroughly shaken. The desired dose of Sumamed the" measure with measuring spoons or syringe, which is invested in the packaging together with the bottle. After applying the spoon and the syringe should be rinsed with running water. The dosage prescribed by your doctor.

In the treatment "Sumamed" we need to regularly examine patients on the presence of immune microorganisms. You should also exclude the development of superinfection, and fungal diseases. The drug should not be used longer course prescribed by the doctor or as specified in the instructions. The composition of the slurry includes sucrose, therefore patients with diabetes should take antibiotic carefully.