Guide
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Indications for use "Amoksiklava" are chronic and acute sinusitis, otitis media, retropharyngeal abscess, chronic bronchitis, periodontitis, urinary tract infections, infections of the skin, soft tissues, joints and bones.The drug is also indicated for the prevention of septic complications after surgery, treatment of mixed infections and treatment of postoperative abdominal infections.Use "Amoxiclav" and in orthopedic / venereal practice.Typically, a tablet of a medicament dissolved in 100 ml of water, whereupon the resulting slurry is thoroughly mixed and ingested.
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take this antibiotic can be adults and men and children whose weight is 100 kg.The average daily dose "Amoksikla
va" should not exceed 1 tablet (375 mg) for 8 hours (reception three times a day), whereas the tablets of 625 mg should be taken two or three times a day.The maximum daily dose for children should not exceed 45 mg per 1 kg of body weight.The maximum daily dosage authorized adult is not more than 6000 mg tablets "Amoxiclav 2X" can be taken only for adults suffering from severe infections and acute respiratory infections.However, their dosage must be not more than 1 tablet per day.
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children from the first days of life until the age of three months' Amoxiclav "can take 30 mg / kg / day at regular intervals and equally divided daily dose.From the age of three drug prescribed 25 mg / kg / day, dividing the dose into two administration every 12 hours at infectious diseases of moderate severity.When otitis media, sinusitis, lower respiratory infections and other complications of infections "Amoxiclav" appoint 45 mg / kg / day every 12 hours.
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the presence of renal failure and the level of creatinine clearance of 10 ml / min (or less) need to adjust the dose of antibiotic or to increase the time interval between its reception.Before preparing the suspension was "Amoksiklava" bottle should be thoroughly shake the powder particles to be separated from its sides and bottom.Then two receiving vial was added 86 ml of water and again thoroughly shaken after each drug dilution.