Amikacin is an antibiotic that struggles with bacteria.
Amikacin is used to treat serious or serious bacterial infections.
Amikacin can also be used for purposes not specified in this ASI manual.
Amikacin can affect your kidneys and may cause nerve damage or hearing loss, especially if you have kidney problems or other methods of using it.
Tell your doctor about all the medical conditions and conditions that you are using. If you need surgery, first tell the surgeon that you are using amikacin.
Before you get it
If you are allergic to amikacin or allergic to antibiotics such as gentamicin, kanamycin, neomycin, paromomycin, streptomycin or tobramycin.
To make sure that amikacin is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have:
- Kidney disease;
- Asthma or allergy to sulfite;
- Myasthenia Gravis;
- Muscular dystrophy;
- Disorders of the nervous system, such as Parkinson’s disease.
Do not use amikacin if you are pregnant. It can damage the fetus. Use contraceptive methods to prevent contraception during treatment.
It is not known whether amikacin enters breast milk or if it can harm infants. Do not use breastfeeding for this.
How do you give amikacin?
Follow all instructions on the recipe label. Do not use breast milk in large or small quantities or more than recommended. Amikacin is usually given in 7-10 days.
Amikacin is injected into the muscle or vein. It will show you how to use IV at home. Do not inject this breast milk yourself unless you understand how the vaccine is given and how to properly dispose of injection tubes and injections.
Do not use amikacin if the color has changed or there are particles. Contact your pharmacist for more information.
Do not mix amikacin with other ingredients in syringes or intravenous bags.
Use one needle and syringe. Follow the state or local law to dispose of used needles and syringes. Use a “sharp” bottle containing openings (talk to your pharmacist, where to get them and how to remove them). Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
Drink liquids when you drink amikacin. This will help your kidneys work properly.
When using amikacin, it may be necessary to conduct a blood or urine test frequently. It is also necessary to check hearing, renal function and nervous function.
Use it for a while. Symptoms can be improved before the infection is completely eliminated. Doses can increase the risk of additional infections resistant to antibiotics. Amikacin will not cure viral infections such as flu or cold.
If you need surgery, first tell the surgeon that you are using amikacin.
Keep the medicine at room temperature, away from moisture and heat.
What do you think about it?
You have just missed a dose of amukaçu, consult a doctor.
What do you think about it?
Contact a doctor’s home that is not eligible for assistance, or call Huro on the customer line at 1-800-222-1222.
What do you think?
Antibiotics can repeat diarrhea, which indicates a new infection. This is your business, which is a curse of training, reading for reading. Do not stare at yourself, as the liquid does not ask.
Side effects of amikacin
How about you:
- wind, sounds of the ears;
- vertigo or permanent;
- problems with narcotics – little or no urinary presentation; plug or urinating; dental services or acyclovir; the feelings of other people or taxiing;
- breathe light or small;
- numbness or feeling of feeling;
- muscles or courts (courts); or
- severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, such as water or the causes of bleeding.