NEOVAC 10MG VIAL

Manufacturer : NEP-NEON LABORATORIES LTD
Composition : VECURONIUM-10MG
Dose Form : INJECTION
Description : NEOVAC 10MG VIAL
Route Of Administration : PARENTERAL
Pack : 1
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Manufacturer : NEP-NEON LABORATORIES LTD
Composition : VECURONIUM-10MG
Dose Form : INJECTION
Description : NEOVAC 10MG VIAL
Route Of Administration : PARENTERAL
Pack : 1

Drug Ingredient Information

VECURONIUM-10MG

VECURONIUM

Information for patients
Drug Information Vecuronium bromide is one of a group of drugs called muscle relaxants.Muscle relaxants are used during an operation as part of a general anaesthetic. When you have an operation your muscles must be completely relaxed. This makes it easier for the surgeon to perform the operation.Normally, your nerves send messages called impulses to your muscles. Vecuronium bromide acts by blocking these impulses so that your muscles relax. Because your breathing muscles also relax, you will need help to breathe (artificial ventilation) during and after your operation until you can breathe on your own again.During the operation your anaesthetist will keep a check on the effect of the muscle relaxant, and if necessary will give you some more. At the end of surgery, the effects of the drug are allowed to wear off and you will start breathing on your own. Sometimes the anaesthetist will give you another drug to help speed this up.
Drug Alert
Alert if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to vecuronium, the bromide ion or any of the other ingredients of Vecuronium bromide.
Before Consuming the Medicine
Avoid Drug Your anaesthetist needs to know before you receive this medicine: if you are allergic to muscle relaxants if you have had kidney, heart, liver or gall bladder disease if you have had diseases affecting nerves and muscles if you have fluid retention (oedema)
Drug Special Care low calcium levels in the blood low potassium levels in the blood high magnesium levels in the blood low levels of protein in the blood too much carbon dioxide in the blood loss of too much water from the body, for example by being sick, diarrhoea or sweating over-breathing leading to too little carbon dioxide in the blood (alkalosis) general ill-health burns being very overweight (obesity) very low body temperature (hypothermia). If you have any of these conditions, your anaesthetist will take into account when deciding the correct dose of Vecuronium bromide for you
Drug Drug Interactions ? Tell your anaesthetist if you are taking other medicines or have recently taken them. This includes medicines or herbal products that you have bought without a prescription. Vecuronium bromide may affect other medicines or be affected by them. Medicines which increase the effect of Vecuronium bromide: certain antibiotics certain medicines for heart disease or high blood pressure (water tablets, calcium channel blockers,beta-blockers and quinidine) certain anti-inflammatory medicines (corticosteroids) medicines for manic depressive illness (bipolar disorder) magnesium salts the medicine called cimetidine, used to treat stomach ulcers, heartburn or acid reflux. Medicines which decrease the effect of Vecuronium bromide: certain medicines for epilepsy. calcium chloride and potassium chloride In addition, you may be given other medicines before or during surgery which can alter the effects of Vecuronium bromide. These include certain anaesthetics, other muscle relaxants, medicines such as phenytoin and medicines which reverse the effects of Vecuronium bromide. Vecuronium bromide may make certain anaesthetics work more quickly. Your anaesthetist will take this into account when deciding the correct dose of Vecuronium bromide for you.
Drug Pregnancy Interaction Your anaesthetist may still give you Vecuronium bromide, but you need to discuss it first. Vecuronium bromide may be given to you if you are having a Caesarean section.
Drug Breast feeding Interaction Your anaesthetist may still give you Vecuronium bromide, but you need to discuss it first. Vecuronium bromide may be given to you if you are having a Caesarean section.
Drug Machinery Interaction Do not drive or use machines until advised it is safe to do so. Because Vecuronium bromide is given as part of a general anaesthetic, you may feel tired, weak or dizzy for some time afterwards. Your anaesthetist will be able to advise you on how long the effects are likely to last.
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How to take the Medicine
Consumption Info
Drug quanitty Your anaesthetist will work out the dose of Vecuronium bromide you need based on: the type of anaesthetic the expected length of the operation other drugs you are taking your state of health. The normal dose is 80 – 100 micrograms per kg body weight and the effect will last 24 – 60 minutes. For infants the anaesthetist will adjust the dose as appropriate
Drug Dose Vecuronium bromide will be given to you by your anaesthetist. Vecuronium bromide is given intravenously (into a vein), either as single injections or as a continuous infusion (a drip).
Excess Drug Consumption As your anaesthetist will be monitoring your condition carefully it is unlikely that you will be given too much Vecuronium bromide. However if this happens, your anaesthetist will keep you breathing artificially (on a ventilator) until you can breathe on your own. You will be kept asleep while this takes place.
Forgot Drug Consumption
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Possible Side Effects
General Information
Common Drug Side Effects
Rare Drug Side Effects the drug is too effective, or not effective enough the drug works for longer than expected lowering of blood pressure increase in heart rate.
Very Rare Drug Side Effects allergic (hypersensitivity) reactions (such as difficulty in breathing, collapse of the circulation and shock) wheezing of the chest muscle weakness swelling, a rash or redness of the skin pain near the site of injection.
Drug Side Effects Symptoms
How to Store the Medicine
How to Store the Medicine The hospital will keep Vecuronium bromide according to the correct storage conditions.

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