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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1 Box
Dose1 MILLION INTERNATIONAL UNITS PER VIAL
Injectable FormPOWDER
ApplicationANTIBIOTICS
BrandColomycin Injection One Million
Medicine TypeAllopathic
Packaging Size10 Vials In One Box
1 Box Contain (Bottle)10 Vials

Colomycin Injection 1 million International Units. Powder for solution for injection, infusion or inhalation.
There is also in-vitro evidence of synergy for colistimethate sodium used in combination with other antipseudomonal antibiotics. Colistimethate sodium aerosol (Promixin; Colomycin Injection) is used to treat pulmonary infections, especially in cystic fibrosis.Colomycin contains the active substancecolistimethate sodium. Colistimethate sodium
is an antibiotic. It belongs to a group of
antibiotics that are called polymyxins.
Colomycin is given by injection to treat some
types of serious infections caused by certain
bacteria. Colomycin is used when other
antibiotics are not suitable.
2. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE
YOU USE COLOMYCIN
Do not use Colomycin:
• If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to
colistimethate sodium, colistin or to other
polymyxins.
Warnings and precautions
Talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse
before using Colomycin
• If you have or have had kidney problems.
• medicines like antibiotics called
aminoglycosides (which include gentamicin,
tobramycin, amikacin and netilmicin) and
cephalosporins which can affect how your
kidneys function. Taking such medicines at
the same time as Colomycin can increase
the risk of damage to the kidneys (see
section 4 of this leaflet).
• medicines like antibiotics called
aminoglycosides (which include gentamicin,
tobramycin, amikacin and netilmicin) which
can affect your nervous system. Taking such
medicines at the same time as Colomycin
can increase the risk of side effects in the
ears and other parts of your nervous system
(see section 4 of this leaflet).
• medicines called muscle relaxants, often
used during general anaesthesia. Colomycin
can increase the effects of these medicines.
If you have a general anaesthetic, let your
anaesthetist know that you are having
Colomycin.
If you suffer from myasthenia gravis and are
also taking other antibiotics called macrolides
(such as azithromycin, clarithromycin or
erythromycin) or antibiotics called
fluoroquinolones (such as ofloxacin,
norfloxacin and ciprofloxacin), taking
Colomycin further increases the risk of muscle
weakness and breathing difficulties.
Having Colomycin as an infusion at the same
time as receiving Colomycin as an inhalation
can increase your risk of side effects.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
Colomycin is not known to harm the unborn
child but, like all medicines, it will only be
given to a pregnant woman if it is really
needed. If you are pregnant, think you may
be pregnant or are planning to have a baby
ask your doctor for advice before taking this
medicine.
Are you breast-feeding Small amounts of
Colomycin enter the milk. If you cannot stop
breast-feeding while you take Colomycin, you
should watch your baby carefully for any
signs of illness and tell your doctor if you
notice anything wrong.
Driving and using machines
When Colomycin is given into a vein there
may be side effects such as dizziness,
confusion or problems with vision. If these
occur, you should not drive or operate
machinery.
3. HOW TO USE COLOMYCIN
Depending on the reason (see section 1 of
this leaflet), Colomycin may be given by fast
injection (over 5 minutes into a special kind
of tube in a vein) or slow injection (infusion
over about 30 to 60 minutes) into a vein.
Colomycin may occasionally be given by
injection into the heart or the spine.
Powder for solution for injection, infusion or inhalation.
Sterile white powder in a 10ml c


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