Sivextro is a drug used to fight bacteria. This may include skin infections in adults. To enhance the effectiveness of the drug and to reduce a possible resistant, the medicine should only be administered for infections highly suspected to have been caused by susceptible bacteria.Since it only acts on bacterial infections it should not be applied for the treatment of viral infections. Sivextro works by building a 50S bacterial ribbon which inhibits the functions of proteins.
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Sivextro is used to treat several bacterial infections of the skin and it works by stopping the growth of bacteria. Since it treats only bacterial infection, it will never work in the treatment of viral infections. If Sivextro is used unnecessarily, there is a possible risk of developing resistance. Sivextro should be taken by mouth with or without food. Since antibiotics work best when the amount of them are at a minimum in the body, you should take the drug at an even interval. Sivextro does not treat viral or fungal infections. Below you will find the uses of Sivextro.
- Bacterial infections
Dosage of Sivextro depends on the individual and the condition being treated. Sivextro should be used just as it has been prescribed by the doctor and not otherwise. Sivextro is an intravenous medication and will be administered and monitored by a healthcare professional. Sivextro may also be delivered as an oral tablet. Either way, the same amount of medication should be taken. Below you will find a typical dosage of Sivextro.
- 200 mg, delivered orally or intravenously daily
- Repeat for 6 days
Sivextro Side Effects
Like any drug, Sivextro may cause side effects. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, you should contact your doctor. Below you will find a list of side effects associated with Sivextro. Note that not all possible interactions are listed.
- Back pain
- Blurred vision
- Chest pain
- Hard pounding of the heart
- Joint pain
- Pale skin
- Unusual tiredness
Many drugs have a tendency of reacting with other drugs found in the body and Sivextro is not an exception. You should tell your doctor about any medications you are taking, including over the counter drugs. Some of the drugs that Sivextro may interact with include the following. Note that not all possible interactions are listed.