Vancotek I.V. Injection Sol. Haz. Icin Liyofilize Powder Iceren Vial 1000 Mg

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1000 Mg



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1 Vial Contains 1080.00 Mg Of Vancomycin Hydrochloride Equivalent To 1 G Of Vancomycin

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1 review for Vancotek I.V. Injection Sol. Haz. Icin Liyofilize Powder Iceren Vial 1000 Mg

  1. Teodora

    Good afternoon! I apologize for the multitude of words you will read: I am from Romania and My grandparent was hospitalized and on discharge he received a prescription on which this drug is written: Vancotek 1g. In Romania there is no stock of this drug. I am interested to know if you can send this medicine in Romania and the price. Thank you for your attention! I am looking forward to receiving your reply as soon as possible.

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

      Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Teodora, this is WikiKenko,

      I’m sorry to hear about your grandparent. However, is a health encyclopedia and does not sell any products. I suggest contacting a pharmacy or medical professional in Romania for assistance in obtaining the medication. They may be able to provide information on how to obtain Vancotek 1g or suggest an alternative medication if it is not available.

      Vancomycin HCL is an antibiotic that fights bacteria in the intestines. It is used to treat an infection of the intestines caused by Clostridium difficile, which can cause watery or bloody diarrhea. This medicine is also used to treat staph infections that can cause inflammation of the colon and small intestines. Oral vancomycin works only in the intestines and is not normally absorbed into the body.

      Vancomycin is available only with a doctor’s prescription. Common side effects include pain in the area of injection and allergic reactions. Occasionally, hearing loss, low blood pressure, or bone marrow suppression may occur.

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