Qutroy 300 MG/1ML Injection
Qutroy 300 MG/1ML Injection is used in the treatment of malaria, a disease which occurs as a result of mosquito bites. The disease occurs because of malaria parasites that enter the human body as a result of the mosquito bite. These parasites attack the liver and the red blood cells of the body. Qutroy 300 MG/1ML Injection is prescribed by doctors as it kills malaria parasites that invade the red blood cells. Thus, Qutroy 300 MG/1ML Injection is a part of a group of medicines which are known as antimalarials. Qutroy 300 MG/1ML Injection effectively treats malaria, but does not prevent the onset of the disease.
The drug should be taken as per the instructions given by a doctor. It is meant for oral consumption, and it is generally recommended that patients should take it along with food, so as to reduce the chances of a stomach upset. The drug is generally prescribed for about 3-7 days and should be taken after every 8 hours. The dosage and time period of consumption of drug is usually dependent on the severity of your condition and the country you live in. In case of children the dosage is prescribed as per their weight.
Make sure that you do not stop the medicine half way. It is best that you finish the course of the medicine in order to be fully cured of the infection. If you do not complete the prescribed course, it may complicate your condition further.
The drug has a few side-effects which include-
In case any of these side effects persist for a long period of time or become increasingly severe, get in touch with your doctor immediately. Very few patients who are prescribed Qutroy 300 MG/1ML Injection suffer from severe side effects like hemolytic anemia, liver or kidney problems, excessive weakness, severe abdominal pain and yellowing of the skin. Medical help should be sought immediately if any of the above rare side effects are experienced.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Internal Medicine Specialist before using this medicine.
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Severe diarrheaMajor Common
Nausea and VomitingMajor Common
Severe abdominal painMajor Common
Black or tarry stoolsMajor Less Common
Bloody stoolMajor Less Common
Blurred visionMajor Rare
Anxiety and nervousnessModerate Less Common
Difficult and painful breathingMajor Rare
Severe back painModerate Less Common
Ringing or buzzing in the earsMajor Rare
Swelling of the eyes, ears, and inside of noseMajor Rare
Slurred speechModerate Less Common
SleeplessnessMinor Less Common
Excessive hungerMinor Common
Fast heartbeatMajor Common
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