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Azatra Dry Syrup

Azatra Dry Syrup

Prescription drug
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Manufacturer/Marketer

Zenkins Pharmaceutical Pvt.Ltd.

Consume Type

ORAL

Return Policy

Not Returnable

About Azatra Dry Syrup

Azatra Dry Syrup is an antibiotic. It is used to treat various bacterial infections such as respiratory system (like pneumonia, bronchitis, tonsillitis, pharyngitis and sinusitis), skin infections (like acne and rosacea), ear infections, and sexually transmitted infections. A bacterial infection is a condition in which bacteria grow in the body and cause infection. It can target any body part and multiple very quickly.

Azatra Dry Syrup slows the growth or sometimes kills the harmful bacteria by preventing the production of proteins required by the bacteria for its survival. Azatra Dry Syrup does not treat a viral infection like flu or a common cold.

Azatra Dry Syrup should only be taken if advised by your doctor. It can be taken with or without food but should be consumed at a fixed time for the best results. Azatra Dry Syrup should not be consumed more than the recommended dose, to avoid unpleasant side effects. Also, the course should be completed even if you feel better, as it is an antibiotic. Some common side effects of Azatra Dry Syrup are diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, and indigestion. An allergic reaction such as rashes, itching, swelling, and shortness of breath can occur in rare cases. Please consult your doctor if an allergic reaction becomes severe.

Tell your doctor if you have liver problems, muscle problems (myasthenia gravis), heart rhythm disorder (arrhythmia), or electrolyte imbalance (low potassium or magnesium level). You should consult a doctor if you have had diarrhoea for more than four days. However, do not take any anti-diarrheal medicine until your doctor tells you. It is unknown whether Azatra Dry Syrup harms the baby or passes into breast milk during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Contacting a doctor before using Azatra Dry Syrup during pregnancy and while breastfeeding is better. Avoid too much exposure to sunlight as Azatra Dry Syrup can make your skin sensitive to sunburn. In this case, it is advisable to wear protective clothing or apply sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) when you are outdoors.

Uses of Azatra Dry Syrup

Treatment of bacterial infections

Medicinal Benefits

Azatra Dry Syrup slows the growth or sometimes kills the harmful bacteria by preventing the production of proteins required by the bacteria for its survival. It prevents and treats bacterial infections like throat and sinus infections, chest infections (like bronchitis and pneumonia), ear infections, mouth and dental infections, eye infections, skin and tissue infections (like acne), and stomach and intestinal infections. It is better tolerated and has more effective tissue penetration than other similar antibiotics like erythromycin. Doctors prescribe Azatra Dry Syrup for people who are intolerant to penicillin antibiotics. Besides this, it also helps prevent infection following burns, surgery or dental procedures, sexually transmitted infections, bone infections or scarlet fever (bacterial illness with strep throat).

Directions for Use

Tablet/capsule: Swallow it as a whole with water; do not crush, break or chew it.Dispersible Tablet: Check the label for directions before use. Disperse the tablet in the prescribed amount of water and swallow the contents. Do not crush, chew or swallow as a whole.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Side Effects of Azatra Dry Syrup

  • Diarrhoea

  • Feeling or being sick (nausea or vomiting)

  • Stomach cramps

  • Loss of appetite

  • Bloating

  • Indigestion

Drug Warnings

Tell your doctor if you have liver problems (jaundice), muscle problems (myasthenia gravis), heart rhythm disorder (arrhythmia), or electrolyte imbalance (low potassium or magnesium level). In rare cases, the use of Azatra Dry Syrup can cause diarrhoea, so if you have watery or bloody diarrhoea, stop taking Azatra Dry Syrup and call your doctor. However, do not take any anti-diarrheal medicine until your doctor tells you. It is unknown whether Azatra Dry Syrup harms the baby during pregnancy. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant, planning for pregnancy or breastfeeding before using Azatra Dry Syrup. Do not take Azatra Dry Syrup if allergic to azithromycin or other macrolide antibiotics. Inform the doctor if you are using cholesterol-lowering drugs (statins like simvastatin, lovastatin etc.), anti-gout or anti-arthritis drugs (colchicine) and medicine for treating overactive bladder (tolterodine). Azatra Dry Syrup is not recommended for the patients with pneumonia who are judged to be inappropriate for oral therapy due to moderate to severe illness or risk factors.

Drug Interactions

Drug-Drug Interactions: Azatra Dry Syrup have interactions with anti-nausea pills (domperidone), mental health pills (pimozide, amisulpride), anti-migraine medicines (ergotamine, dihydroergotamine), anti-cholesterol pills (simvastatin), bladder weakness medicine (tolterodine) and anti-gout/arthritis medicine (colchicine). Taking these drugs with Azatra Dry Syrup may cause serious side effects.

Drug-Food Interactions: No relevant drug-food interaction found with Azatra Dry Syrup. As a precautionary measure, the consumption of alcoholic beverages should be avoided as it may lead to drowsiness and dizziness.

Drug-Disease Interactions: Azatra Dry Syrup should not be given to people with liver problems, muscle problem (myasthenia gravis), heart rhythm disorder (arrhythmia), electrolyte imbalance (low potassium or magnesium level) and colitis (inflammation of the intestine).

Drug-Drug Interactions Checker List

  • DOMPERIDONE
  • PIMOZIDE
  • AMISULPRIDE
  • ERGOTAMINE
  • DIHYDROERGOTAMINE
  • SIMVASTATIN
  • TOLTERODINE
  • COLCHICINE

Habit Forming

No

Diet & Lifestyle Advise

  • It would be best to take probiotics after taking the full course of Azatra Dry Syrup to restore some healthy bacteria in the intestine that may have been killed. Taking probiotics after antibiotic treatment can reduce the risk of antibiotic-associated diarrhoea. Certain fermented foods like yoghurt, cheese, sauerkraut and kimchi can help restore the intestine's good bacteria.

  • Include more fibre-enriched food in your diet, as it can be easily digested by gut bacteria which helps stimulate their growth. Thus fibre foods may help restore healthy gut bacteria after taking a course of antibiotics. Whole grains like whole-grain bread, and brown rice, should be included in your diet.

  • Avoid taking too much calcium enriched foods and drinks as it might affect the working of Azatra Dry Syrup.

  • Avoid intake of alcoholic beverages with Azatra Dry Syrup as it can make you dehydrated and affect your sleep. This can make it harder for your body to aid the Azatra Dry Syrup in fighting off infections.

Disease/Condition Glossary

Bacterial infection: A bacterial infection is a condition in which harmful bacteria enter, multiply, and infect our body. It can target any body part and multiple very quickly. When you get infected with bacteria, you can experience generalized symptoms like fevers, chills, and fatigue. Bacteria are of various forms, commonly spherical, rod-shaped, and spiral-shaped. Bacterial infections vary from minor illnesses like sore throat and ear infections to severe brain infections like meningitis and encephalitis. A few harmful bacteria that cause infections include Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, and E. coli. Anyone can become infected with a bacterial infection. However, people with weak immune systems or taking immunosuppressive medicine can be more prone to bacterial infection.

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Alcohol

Safe if prescribed

Azatra Dry Syrup should not be taken until prescribed if you are taking alcohol. Keep your doctor informed if you drink alcohol.

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Pregnancy

Unsafe

There is insufficient information available about the use of Azatra Dry Syrup during pregnancy. Therefore you should not use Azatra Dry Syrup during pregnancy unless explicitly advised by your doctor.

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Breast Feeding

Unsafe

Azatra Dry Syrup is partially passed through the mother’s milk, therefore it should not be used if you are breastfeeding.

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Driving

Safe if prescribed

There are no data available about the influence of Azatra Dry Syrup on the ability to drive or operate machines. However, Azatra Dry Syrup may cause dizziness and seizures so make sure you are not affected before driving or operating machinery.

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Liver

Caution

You should tell your doctor if you have liver problems as your doctor may need to alter the normal dose.

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Kidney

Caution

You should tell your doctor if you have kidney problems as your doctor may need to alter the normal dose.

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Children

Caution

Safety and effectiveness in the treatment of patients under 6 months of age have not been established. So, it is not recommended for children less than 6 months of age. However, if the doctor has prescribed for the children more than 6 months Azatra Dry Syrup can be used.

Country of origin

India
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FAQs

Azatra Dry Syrup is used to treat bacterial infections such as respiratory tract infections (like pneumonia, bronchitis, tonsillitis, pharyngitis and sinusitis), skin infections (like acne and rosacea), ear infections, and sexually transmitted infections. It works by killing the harmful bacteria.
Do not take antacids that contain aluminium or magnesium hydroxide within 2 hours before or after you take Azatra Dry Syrup. These antacids can interact with Azatra Dry Syrup and make them less effective when taken at the same time.
Never stop the treatment with Azatra Dry Syrup on your own as the infection may come back again (relapse) if the prescribed treatment is not completely taken. Before stopping Azatra Dry Syrup once discuss this with your doctor.
If you forget to take Azatra Dry Syrup, take your dose as soon as possible. If it is almost time for the next dose, just skip that dose and take the next one when it is due. If in doubt, please contact your doctor. Do not take a double dose to make up for a forgotten dose
Azatra Dry Syrup can cause diarrhoea, which may be a sign of a new infection. If you have diarrhoea that is watery or bloody, call your doctor. Do not use anti-diarrhoea medicine unless your doctor tells you to.
You should avoid taking Azatra Dry Syrup if you have colitis (intestine inflammation), heart rhythm disorder, liver disease (like jaundice), and muscle problem (like myasthenia gravis). Contact your doctor if you have these conditions before taking Azatra Dry Syrup.
No, it is a Schedule H drug that can be taken only if your doctor has prescribed it. Taking it on your own or self-medication can cause unwanted side-effects and lead to antibiotic resistance thereby lowering its efficiency.
Yes in some cases, people using Azatra Dry Syrup may get a fungal skin infection known as thrush. It happens because Azatra Dry Syrup also kills harmless bacteria that protects against thrush.

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