Occumox Injection

How Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin) Works:

Moxifloxacin in Occumox Injection is an active antibiotic molecule that kills the bacteria by inhibiting the DNA replication leading to no repairment and reproduction of the bacteria hence preventing from infection.

Before You Use Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin):

Make sure that:

  • You do not take Alcohol

  • You do not take OTC medicines without prescriptions

  • Your doctor should know about your Pre-existing Diseases, Surgeries, Medication, food and herbal supplements, etc.

What Should You Avoid While Taking Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin):

  • You should avoid drive after taking this Injection

  • Avoid Alcohol

  • Other Medicines without prescriptions

When Not To Use Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin):

You should not take Occumox Injection if you:

  • Have ever noticed allergy to Antibiotics

  • Have myasthenia Gravis

  • Have tendinitis or tendon rupture

  • Have any Liver/Kidney/Heart Disease

  • Are pregnant or conceiving/Breastfeeding

Tell Your Doctor If You:  

  • Have allergy to the Injection

  • Have any Central nervous system disorder

  • Have myasthenia gravis

  • Have tendinitis or tendon rupture or tenderness in joints or ligaments

  • Have developed diarrhea or black tarry stool as a side effect of the medicine

  • Have Numbness, Tingling Sensation, and Pain in Tension

  • Have any kidney or liver disease

  • Are taking alcohol or other drugs

  • Have Epilepsy or Seizures

  • Are Pregnant or trying to conceive/ Breastfeeding

Dosage:

Occumox Injection contains an active ingredient, Moxifloxacin, used in the treatment of Bacterial Infections. Occumox Injection is a prescription based drug and is available in various strengths and other substitutes. Consulting your doctor before using the medicine about the frequency and dosage will help you as severity of the disease differs from patient to patient.

Adults are advised to take Occumox Injection at a fixed time with or without food. It is to be used cautiously in pregnancy, breastfeeding women, and patients with myasthenia gravis and tendon rupture. Doseages must be adjusted for each patient according to the severity or interactions with other diseased conditions.

How Much Of The Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin) to Be Used:

Occumox Injection should be taken in the dose as prescribed by your doctor. Do not increase or reduce the dose as per your choice. It can add adverse effects of the antibiotic.

How To Take The Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin):

Occumox Injection dose should be taken at a fixed time regularly as prescribed by your doctor. Your doctor or nurse will give you this injection. Kindly do not self administer the medicine. You may take this medicine with food or without food but at fixed time.

For How Long Should You Continue Using Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin):

You are always advised to take Occumox Injection as prescribed by your doctor. Do not start/stop using this medicine yourself. Do not take the medicine in smaller or larger amount or for longer period than recommended.

Complete the course as prescribed to you by your doctor otherwise it can lead to recurrence of the infection.

Overdose:

Contact your doctor or reach nearby medical facility immediately if you are observing the overdose symptoms like tendonitis, tenderness in joints and ligaments, itchy skin, rashes, blood in stool, swelling in face and mouth, etc.

Missed Dose:

Take every dose of Occumox Injection at a fixed time regularly. If you missed the dosage try to take it as soon as you remember. Skip the dosage if it is the time for the next dosage but do not take double dose to make up for the missed one.

What Are The Side Effects Of The Occumox Injection (Moxifloxacin):

  • Abdominal pain

  • Blurred vision

  • Bone pain

  • Dark or clay colored stools

  • Dizziness

  • Diarrhea

  • Irregular heartbeat

  • Headache

  • Nausea/Vomiting

  • Severe sunburn

  • Acid or sour stomach

  • Nervousness

  • White patches in the mouth/ on the tongue

  • Dry eyes

What Are The Common Drug Interactions:

Occumox Injection can interact with the medicines taken simultaneously with it. These interactions can produce some adverse effects or can cause your drug not to work properly. You should always tell your doctor if you are on any other Medication or Herbal Supplements. It usually interacts with the following medicines:

  • Escitalopram

  • Ethinyl Estradiol

  • Corticosteroids

  • Quinidine

  • Aspirin

  • Antidiabetic drugs

Occumox Injection also interacts with few disease conditions like:

  • QT prolongation

  • Central Nervous System Disorders

  • Muscle and joints problems

  • Colitis (Diarrhea, Abdominal Pain, and Blood in Stools)

Warning And Precaution:

Occumox Injection is contraindicated in some conditions or it should be used very cautiously in:

  • Hypersensitivity

  • CNS Disorders

  • Elderly patients having tendon/ ligament problems because it may develop tendinitis and tendon may rupture if this medication is used for a long time

  • Drug Resistance

  • Pediatric use

  • Pregnant and Breastfeeding women

  • Patients with liver and kidney disease

  • Consult your doctor to get best possible treatment in any of the above or any other conditions you have.

Things To Remember:

  • Keep out of reach of children

  • Read the information carefully written on the leaflet of bottle of medicine.

  • Discuss with your doctor if you have any doubt regarding the dosage, time and the strength of the Injection.

Indications:

Occumox Injection should be taken as prescribed by your doctor. Do not stop taking/skip these Injections before completion of the course even if you feel better as it may lead you to start of the course again due to recurrence of the infection.

Storage:

Store the Occumox Injection at room temperature in clean and dry place. Make sure that the Injection is intact and not damaged while storing.

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