FAQs ABOUT BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION
What is BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION used for?
BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION is used in paediatric patients to treat chest infections (such as chronic bronchitis, community acquired pneumonia), acute sinusitis, urinary tract infections, skin & soft tissue infections and other bacterial infections (such as recurrent/persistent otitis media). It is also used to treat anthrax (serious bacterial infection) in paediatric patients.
What are the side effects of BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION?
The most common side effects of administering BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION are nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache and/or anxiety. Consult your doctor if any of these symptoms becomes worse in the child.
How to administer BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION in child?
Administer BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION in child as directed by your physician. Shake well before use. Your doctor will decide the correct dose and duration for your child depending upon the age, body weight and disease condition.
How BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION works?
BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION works by inhibiting DNA gyrase (enzyme responsible for DNA synthesis) in bacteria which results in destruction of bacterial cell structure thus preventing the occurrence of bacterial infection in affected children.
What happens to the child if a high dose of [ GBNKEYWORD] is administered?
If the child or anyone else accidentally take too much of BENLEVO ORAL SUSPENSION, consult and inform your doctor immediately or visit the nearby hospital to manage overdose symptoms.