Purinol Efervesan Granul
Purinol Efervesan Granul is a urinary antibacterial agent that is effective against both gram-negative and gram-positive organisms. It is used for both treatment and prevention of urinary system infections.
500 Mg 70G
|Generic Name (Ingredient)||
For A Scale (5 Grams) Methenamine 250 Mg Metenamine Anhydromethylensitrate 615 Mg
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Each 5-gram sachet of Purinol Efervesan Granul contains 250 mg of methenamine and 615 mg of methenamine anhydromethylene citrate as active ingredients. The excipients include Povidone K30, Sucrose, Sodium bicarbonate, and Tartaric acid.
Purinol Efervesan Granul is indicated for:
Treatment of acute infections after successful initial treatment with antibiotics.
Prevention of recurrent cystitis (bladder inflammation) as long-term treatment.
Prevention of the progression of urinary tract infections in patients with permanent catheters and reduction of catheter blockage cases.
Prevention of infections that may occur during device interventions on the urinary tract.
Asymptomatic bacteriuria (presence of bacteria in the urine).
Purinol Efervesan Granul should not be used if you:
Are allergic to methenamine or any other component of Purinol Efervesan Granul.
Are taking sulfonamide antibiotics (concomitant use with Purinol can damage the kidneys).
Are severely dehydrated.
Have serious kidney problems.
Have liver problems.
Have metabolic acidosis (a chemical imbalance in the blood).
Use Purinol Efervesan Granul with caution if you have any kidney problems.
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