Instructions for Use "Fluconazole»
«Fluconazole" prescribed to treat a variety of fungal infections: systemic candidiasis, cryptococcosis, vaginal candidiasis, candidiasis of the mucous membranes.It is also used as a prophylactic agent of fungal complications in immunocompromised patients during treatment with cytostatics, radiotherapy."Fluconazole" is issued in the form of capsules and solution for intravenous administration.Because the half-life of the drug is quite long, the means used once a day.A single therapeutic dose may be from 200 to 400 mg.If the patient has renal impairment, the dose "Fluconazole" must be reduced.
to treat candidiasis mucous membranes should take 50-100 mg "Fluconazole" a day for bacterial candidiasis - 150 mg per day.Dose should pick physician individually in
«Fluconazole": contraindications, side effects
«Fluconazole" is contraindicated in pregnancy, lactation, under the age of 16 years, with increased sensitivity to antifungal drugs in medical history.The caution means prescribed for liver failure, along with "Terfinadinom" drugs that can cause arrhythmia, with potentially proaritmogennoe states, which were caused by electrolyte imbalance or cardiac organic pathology.
Feedback from side effects in the treatment of "fluconazole" occur in rare cases.These include skin rash, flatulence, nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, hyperbilirubinemia, headache, neutropenia, leukopenia, agranulocytosis, fibrillation (atrial) ventricles.While the use of "Rifampicin" half-life "Fluconazole" shortened.In applying the drug in recommended doses overdose symptoms appear only in rare cases: the patient is hallucinating, paranoid behavior."Fluconazole" stored at room temperature in a place protected from sunlight.Shelf life - three years.