Cefixime and Ofloxacin Tablets MANUFACTURERS SUPPLIERS - THIRD PARTY CONTRACT MANUFACTURING - PCD PHARMA FRANCHISE
Cefixime and Ofloxacin Tablets come with the brand name “CTET-O” and belong to a group of medications called ‘cephalosporin antibiotics’ primarily used for the treatment of a wide range of bacterial infections of the skin, ears, lungs, prostate and urinary tract. Besides this, it also treats typhoid fever and STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) like chlamydia and gonorrhoea. A bacterial infection happens when harmful bacteria enter the body and start multiplying. These harmful bacteria are responsible for producing toxins that can cause diseases like strep throat, urinary tract infection (UTI), bacterial food poisoning, gonorrhoea, bacterial meningitis, cellulitis, Lyme disease, and tetanus. It does not work against viral infections like flu and colds.
Cefixime and Ofloxacin Tablets contain ‘Cefixime’ (cephalosporin antibiotic) and ‘Ofloxacin’ (fluoroquinolone antibiotic) that works by preventing the formation of the outer covering of the bacteria (cell wall) required for their survival. It prevents the release of a chemical messenger (mucopeptides) by the bacteria, thereby weakening and destroying the bacterial cell wall. This composition is a broad-range antibiotic that works against a wide range of both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.
Is this tablet used for UTIs?
Yes, this medicine is prescribed for the treatment of urinary tract infections (UTIs). Take it only if the doctor has prescribed you this medicine.
Can I drive after taking this composition?
You should avoid driving as this medicine may cause impaired vision or affect your thinking ability so avoid such a task that needs a clear vision.
In which conditions or diseases I should avoid taking this tablet?
You should avoid taking this medicine if you have peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage in legs), tendinitis (swelling or tearing of a tendon), myasthenia gravis (skeletal muscle weakness), respiratory issues like bronchitis, sinusitis, diabetes, central nervous system disorder, or epilepsy (fits).