FAQs ABOUT MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION
What is MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION used for?
It is used to treat bacterial infections such as urinary tract infections, lower respiratory tract infections, bacteremia, septicaemia, meningitis, abdominal infections and infections caused by pseudomonas species. MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION is also used to prevent infections, before and after surgery.
Can MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION be given to breastfeeding mothers?
MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION should be used with caution as it may pass into the breast milk. Consult your doctor before receiving. It should only be given if the expected benefits outweigh any potential risk to the baby.
Can MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION cause diarrhoea?
Yes, MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION may cause diarrhea during or after use. Usually, discontinuation of medicine can subside diarrhea. However, if diarrhea persists or if there is blood in the stool then immediately consult your doctor.
In what condition MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION should be avoided?
Before receiving MONOCEF 1GM INJECTION tell your doctor if you have a history of kidney, liver, heart disease or allergic to ceftriaxone or to any other cephalosporin antibiotics.