Eb 333 MG Tablet
Eb 333 MG Tablet, a macrolide antibiotic is useful for the treatment of a number of bacterial infections. This includes skin infections, respiratory tract infections, chlamydia infections, syphilis and pelvic inflammatory disease. It is also used in conjunction with neomycin for decontaminating the bowel.
Streptococcal infection in newborns can be prevented by taking this medicine during pregnancy. Eb 333 MG Tablet may also be used to improve delayed stomach emptying. It can be given intravenously and orally. This medicine is not supposed to be given to a child without a doctor's advice. It is also used in the treatment of gastroparesis.
Eb 333 MG Tablet also has a few side effects. Common side effects include diarrhoea, vomiting and abdominal cramps. More serious side effects may include liver problems, allergic reactions and prolonged QT. To make sure Eb 333 MG Tablet is safe for you, tell your physician if you have the following:
- Kidney or liver disease;
- Myasthenia gravis;
- Electrolytic imbalance (such as low potassium or magnesium levels in your blood);
- A history of Long QT syndrome;
- Breastfeeding a baby or;
- Taking medicines for heart rhythm disorder.
Your doctor may have to change your treatment plan if you use drugs such as cisapride, pimozide, ergotamine or dihyfroergotamine as these drugs interfere with the proper functioning of Eb 333 MG Tablet.
Eb 333 MG Tablet usually is taken every 6 hours (four times a day), every 8 hours (three times a day), or every 12 hours (twice a day). Skipping doses should be avoided as it may increase your risk of further infection which is resistant to antibiotics.
Severe Liver Impairment
How long is the duration of effect?The effect of this medicine lasts for an average duration of 4 to 6 hours.
What is the onset of action?The peak effect of this medicine can be observed within 3 hours of oral administration.
Are there any pregnancy warnings?Clear data is not available regarding the use of this medicine in pregnant women. Use only if the benefits outweigh the risks and if no other safer alternative is available.
Is it habit forming?No habit forming tendency has been reported.
Are there any breast-feeding warnings?A small amount of this medicine is excreted in human breast milk. Use only if benefits outweigh the risks and if no other safer alternative is available. Monitoring of diarrhea, thrush and diaper rash is necessary.
Is It safe with alcohol?This medicine is found to be unsafe if consumed along with Eb 333 MG Tablet.
Is it safe to drive while on this medicine?This medicine does not usually affects patients ability to drive or his consciousness.
Does this affect kidney function?This medicine is found to be safe to use in patients with renal disease. Adjustment of dose is not required. Consult your doctor for further details.
Does this affect liver function?Caution must be taken in patients with liver disease. Adjustment of dose is needed. Kindly consult your doctor before taking this medicine.
Missed Dose instructionsThe missed dose can be taken as soon as you remember. However, the missed dose should be skipped if it is almost time for your next dose.
Overdose instructionsSeek emergency medical treatment or contact the doctor in case of an overdose.
It works by passively diffusing through cell membranes and reversibly binding to the 50S subunit of the bacterial ribosome. This prevents protein synthesis in the bacterial cells which can either stop their growth or cause death.
Whenever you take more than one medicine, or mix it with certain foods or beverages, you"re at risk of a drug interaction.
Interaction with Alcohol
Interaction with Lab Test
Interaction with Medicine
- Protease inhibitor like amprenavir and ritonavir may increase erythromycin's serum concentration.
- Eb 333 MG Tablet decreases clearance of carbamazepine, cyclosporine, and triazolam, alfentanil, bromocriptine, digoxin (~10% of patients), disopyramide, ergot alkaloids, methylprednisolone; may decrease clearance of protease inhibitors.
- Eb 333 MG Tablet may decrease theophylline clearance and increase theophylline's half-life by up to 60% (patients on high-dose theophylline and erythromycin or who have received erythromycin for >5 days may be at higher risk).
- Decreases metabolism of terfenadine, cisapride, and astemizole resulting in an increase in Q-T interval and potential heart failure.
- Inhibits felodipine (and other dihydropyridine calcium antagonist) metabolism in the liver resulting in a twofold increase in levels and consequent toxicity.
- Death has been reported by the potentiation of pimozide's cardiotoxicity when given concurrently with erythromycin. Use contraindicated.
- May potentiate the anticoagulant effect of warfarin and decrease the metabolism of vinblastine.
- Concurrent use of erythromycin and lovastatin and simvastatin may result in significantly increased levels and rhabdomyolysis.
Interaction with Disease
Impaired Liver FunctionEb 333 MG Tablet should be used with caution in the patients with a history of liver disease. Frequent monitoring of liver function tests is necessary. Dose adjustments are to be made based on the severity of liver injury.
Qt ProlongationInform your doctor if you have arrhythmia, any heart disease or drugs that prolong QT interval such as psychiatric drugs and anti-arrhythmic drugs.
Interaction with Food
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