Indications and Usage
Levofloxacin is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that is prescribed for a treatment of different vital body systems such as respiratory, digestive and urogenital apparatus. It is often prescribed against broad spectrum of infections that cause structural disorders and lesions of urogenital organs. One of the vivid examples of such infectious diseases is the prostatitis. Statistics shows that Levofloxacin works a treat in case of this male illness.
- Urinary tracts infections.
- Infectious soft parts and cutaneous coverings anomalies.
Contraindications and Side Effects
The drug is contraindicative for people younger than 18 years old, for people who has an epilepsy and an individual intolerance to main components of Levofloxacin.
Generally patients have a good Levofloxacin tolerance. Most common side effects are nausea (1,3%), diarrhea (1,1%), vertigo (0,4%) and insomnia (0,3%). There are also uncommon side effects such as phototoxicity, hypersensitivity reaction, prolongation of QT interval on electrocardiograms, and tendinitis. All referred to above effects are dose-dependent. They vanish quickly after a dose decline or a discontinuation of the drug.
Contraindications of taking the drug are hypersensitivity, age under 18 years old, pregnancy, breast-feeding, epilepsy, shortage of glucose-6-phosphatedehydrogenase.
Before an application of the drug you must consult your attending physician, and become familiar with application instructions.
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