Virazole is a medication that is categorized under the drug class inhaled anti-infectives or purine nucleosides. Virazole is used for the treatment of lungs and other lower respiratory tract infections. Virazole is used to treat viral infections caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) that occurs in children and infants below the age of 3.
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Virazole is a broad spectrum antiviral that is used in the treatment of severe infection of the lungs and other lower respiratory tract infections. Virazole is also used in treatment of the following lower respiratory tract infections:
- A Type of Flu - Influenza A
- A Type of Flu - Influenza B
- Infection caused by Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus
- Infection caused by the Rift Valley Fever Virus
- Severe Infection caused by Rodent-Borne Viruses
- Severe Infection caused by the Lassa Virus
- Respiratory Syncytial
- Viral Infection of Respiratory Tract
Virazole is an antiviral drug and its treatment is administered on infants and children who are in the hospital under the care of professional physicians.
Virazole medication is in the form of powder for inhalation solution and should be administered exactly as prescribed by your physician. Dosage may vary depending on the individual"s previous medical conditions, current health status and also on how the patient responds to the Virazole medication.
- The recommended dosage of Virazole medication is 20 mg/mL as the start dosage and thereafter the patient should continue with the aerosol administration for 12-18 hours every day for 3 to 7 days maximum.
- Virazole medication is not recommended for adults.
Virazole Side Effects
Virazole has different results varying from one individual to another. Remember that Virazole is prescription medicine and should be taken as required without interruption. A sudden stoppage of Virazole medication can be fatal to the patient. Some undesired effects are due to the active ingredients which may cause an allergic reaction and may at times require urgent medical attention. If your child or infant experiences any persistent side effects report to your health provider immediately.
Common side effects associated with Virazole include:
- Chills or fever
- Difficulty in concentrating, swallowing or breathing
- Unusual bleeding
- Numbness of the hands or feet
- Shortness of breath
- Voice change
- Pale skin
- Nausea or vomiting
Interactions with Virazole can lead to a different functioning of this medication. Interactions can also cause severe further adverse side effects and may be unfavorable to the patient. It is important to inform your personal physician of any prescription and non-prescription medicine including short-term medications such as antibiotics that you may be using before beginning a dosage of Virazole medication. Virazole should not be mixed with other forms of medications unless your physician approves its use. Some of the known interactions are;