FAQs ABOUT PARAPRIME INFUSION
What is PARAPRIME INFUSION used for?
PARAPRIME INFUSION is used for short-term treatment of moderate pain (especially after surgery) and fever and when administered by the intravenous route is clinically justified. Consult your doctor for advice before administration of PARAPRIME INFUSION.
What should I tell my doctor before receiving PARAPRIME INFUSION?
Patients receiving PARAPRIME INFUSION must inform their doctor about pre-existing conditions like heart, lung, liver or kidney problems, alcoholism, malnourishment or dehydration. Patients should also inform the doctor if they are pregnant, breastfeeding or allergic to anything. Inform your doctor if you experience any unusual symptoms during treatment with this medicine.
Can PARAPRIME INFUSION be used during pregnancy?
PARAPRIME INFUSION should be used with caution in pregnant women only if clearly advised by the doctor. Your doctor may use the lowest possible dose to reduce the pain and fever only for a shorter duration in pregnant women. Consult your doctor before receiving PARAPRIME INFUSION.
How does PARAPRIME INFUSION work?
PARAPRIME INFUSION relieves pain by increasing the pain threshold by inhibiting certain enzymes (COX-1 and COX-2) involved in the synthesis of chemicals responsible for inducing pain (prostaglandins). It reduces fever by directly acting on heat-regulating centers in the brain, resulting in vessel relaxation, sweating and loss of body heat.
Is PARAPRIME INFUSION safe to use in patients with liver disease?
PARAPRIME INFUSION is not recommended for use in patients with severe liver disease. It should be used with caution in patients with liver disease. Your doctor may monitor your liver function test before and during treatment with this medicine to prevent the risk of liver damage. Consult your doctor before receiving PARAPRIME INFUSION.