Basic information about Drugs Rodogyl 750,000IU / 125mg Spiramycin & Metronidazole treats and prevents bacterial infections.
- Brand Name: Rodogyl
- Active ingredients: Spiramycin & Metronidazole
- Hàm lượng: 750.000IU & 125mg (Spiramycin 750.000IU & Metronidazole 125mg)
- Packing: 1 box of 20 tablets
- Producer: Sanofi aventis
- Drug Prices: COMMENT below for prices.
- group of antibiotics – antiviral drugs
Uses / Indications for treatment of Rodogyl
Rodogyl medicine is used to treat:
- Treatment and prevention of acute, chronic or recurrent oral infections: such as tooth abscess or periodontitis.
- Oropharyngeal infections caused by anaerobic bacteria.
- Ear infections and sinusitis.
- Prevention of local infection complications after oral surgery.
- Efficacy in the prevention of infective endocarditis has not been demonstrated.
Mechanism of action of Spiramycin & Metronidazole
Rodogyl is a combination of the antibiotic spiramycin of the macrolide family and the antibiotic metronidazole of the nitro-5-imidazole family, specifically for infectious oral disease.
- Do not use Rodogyl in patients who are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients in the drug.
- The bristles are recommended for use by pregnant and lactating women.
- Not to be used in children under 6 years of age.
- Contraindicated in case of fructose intolerance.
Dosage and how to use Rodogyl
- Adults: 4-6 tablets orally 2-3 times daily (equivalent to 3 – 4.5 million lU of spiramycin and 500 – 750 mg
- Children 6 – 10 years: 2 tablets orally twice daily (equivalent to 1.5 million lU of spiramycin and 250 mg
- Children 10 to 15 years: 3 tablets orally 2 to 3 times daily (equivalent to 2.25 million IU of spiramycin and 375 mg of metronidazole).
- Use Rodogyl at the exact dose prescribed by your doctor.
- Take the tablet whole with a glass of water and should be taken immediately after a meal.
Warnings and Precautions while using Rodogyl
Before using Rodogyl, tell your doctor if you have the following medical problems:
- Nervous disorders
- Blood disorders,
- History of meningitis with metronidazole.
Fructose intolerance (rare genetic disease). Subsequent use of Rodogyl is not recommended because of the presence of sorbitol.
you already have heart problems: you should be careful with this medicine if you were born or have a family history of QT prolongation
You or a member of your family has glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (inherited erythrocytosis) because of the risk of red blood cell destruction with spiramycin in the medicine.
Rodogyl should not be used in cases of fructose intolerance (inherited metabolic disease). Due to the presence of sorbitol in the medicine.
Rodogyl side effects
Common side effects of the drug:
- Stomach pain
- Nausea and vomiting
- Itchy urticarial rash
Side effects associated with Spiramycin:
- Abnormal heart rhythms such as: QT prolongation
- Digestive disorders such as: diarrhea, stomach pain
- Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders such as: rash, urticaria, itching
- Central and peripheral nervous system disorders such as dyslexia, transient paresthesia
- Hepatobiliary disorders: such as cholestatic hepatitis
- Blood and lymphatic system disorders: leukopenia, anemia
Side effects associated with Metronidazole:
- Blood and lymphatic system disorders such as: leukopenia, anemia
- Psychiatric disorders such as: hallucinations, paranoia
- Nervous system disorders such as: peripheral neuropathy, headache, convulsions
- Eye disorders such as: blurred vision, decreased vision, optic neuritis
- Digestive disorders such as: nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, pancreatitis, dry mouth
- Hepatobiliary disorders such as: increased liver enzymes, liver failure
- Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders: pruritus, febrile rash, urticaria, Steven-Johnson syndrome
Other drug interactions with Rodogyl
Related interactions with spiramycin:
- Use caution when co-administering levodopa and carbidopa, as spiramycin reduces the effects of these drugs.
Interactions with metronidazole:
- If you are taking disulfiram, do not take metronidazole at the same time or for at least two weeks after the end of disulfuram treatment, as this may lead to hallucinations and confusion.
- Drinks or medicines containing alcohol must be avoided because many unpleasant reactions, known as disulfiram-like effects, may occur, including: burning sensation, skin redness, vomiting, nausea, sweating and drumming. chest.
Caution must be taken if you take metronidazole with:
- Oral anticoagulants because of possible increased risk of bleeding: lithium, ciclosporin and phenytoin.
- Phenobarbital, antacids (aluminum hydroxide) and prednisone because these drugs may decrease the effectiveness of metronidazole.
- Cimetidine may potentiate or increase the toxicity of metronidazole.
- Busulfan: because metronidazole may be an increase in toxicity and plasma concentrations of this drug.
- Metronidazole increases the toxicity of 5-fluorouracil and may give false-positive results on tests for syphilis.
Preservation of drugs
- Store the drug at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C.
- Keep medicine out of reach of children and pets.
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Assoc.Prof.Dr. Tran Ngoc Anh is currently Hanoi Medical University Hospital, Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology and Head of Department of General-Uematology of Hanoi Medical University. Consulting doctor at ThuocLP Pharmacy.
Professional qualifications, Academic degrees – Education:
Graduated from General Practitioner System, Hanoi Medical University
Graduated with a Master degree in Internal Medicine, Hanoi Medical University
Graduated from the training program specialized in Gastrointestinal, Henri Mondor Institute Center, University of Paris 6, French Republic 1996-1997; 1999
Graduated from the training program specialized in Gastrointestinal, North Royal Sydney Hospital, Australia; 2002
Graduated from a training program specialized in chronic liver diseases, Pizza, Italy 2009
Graduated with a PhD in Gastrointestinal, Hanoi Medical University
Associate Professor, Gastroenterology, Hanoi Medical University
Training and Scientific Research:
Published more than 200 articles in domestic and international specialized journals
Editor of many monographs and participates in compiling 2 textbooks.
Guide many students and graduate students of Hanoi Medical University
Manager of many grassroots research projects
Certificate of Good Clinical Practice (GCP: 2012, 2015), Ministry of Health
Specialized certificates: General gastrointestinal endoscopy, Interventional gastrointestinal endoscopy, General gastrointestinal ultrasound, Interventional gastrointestinal ultrasound (Bach Mai BV), Chronic liver disease.