Podkiv 50 CV

Cefpodoxime 50mg + Clav 31.25 mg Dry Syrup

Brand Name: Podkiv 50 CV

Composition : Cefpodoxime 50mg + Clav 31.25 mg Dry Syrup

Packing : Dry Syrup with Water

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Podkiv 50 CV, 50/31.25 mg Dry Syrup contains two active Cefpodoxime and Clav and is a powerful antibacterial. Infections in the ear, throat, lungs, skin, and urinary system caused by a variety of serious bacteria are treated with it in children. By limiting bacterial growth, it aims to stop the spread of infection. 

Uses of Cefpodoxime 50mg + Clav 31.25 mg Dry Syrup

  • It is used in the treatment of Respiratory tract infections.

Benefits of the drug

Infections that can affect the sinuses, throat, airways, or lungs are called respiratory tract infections. 50/31.25 mg of Cefpodoxime and Clavulanic, two separate medications found in Dry Syrup, collaborate to destroy the germs that cause respiratory tract infections. Cefpodoxime functions by preventing bacterial growth. Cefpodoxime's antibacterial effectiveness is increased and resistance to the drug is decreased by clavulanic.

Most people feel better in a few days, but even after feeling better, you should continue taking the medication as directed to ensure that all germs are eliminated and do not develop resistance.

Directions of use

Give your child this medication one or two hours before or after meals. If your child starts to experience stomach distress, give it food instead. Remember that the dosage was determined after considering your child's age, weight, and body type, as well as the type and severity of the infection. Repeat the dose if your kid gags and throws up the medication within 30 minutes after intake, but do not give a double dose if it is time for the next dose.

Side effects of the medication

The negative effects of dry syrup are rarely severe, and kids tolerate it well. If adverse effects do develop, they will probably go away once the body becomes used to the medication. If these side effects linger or irritate your kid, talk to their doctor. The most frequent side effects include:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
Precautions of the medication
  • Give the doctor a detailed account of your child's medical history, mentioning any instances of allergy, heart condition, blood disease, birth defect, airway blockage, lung anomaly, gastrointestinal issue, skin condition, liver dysfunction, and kidney dysfunction. 
  • The information you provide to your healthcare professional is essential for making dose adjustments and your child's overall treatment programme.
  • Tell your doctor about the vitamins, nutritional supplements, and herbal products you are taking or planning to take.
  • Tell your doctor if you or if you have or have ever had any kind of allergy problems.
  • Never skip any doses and finish the full course of treatment even if you feel better. Stopping the use of medicine early may make the infection harder to treat.
  • Diarrhea and some other side effects may occur, while in the process of taking the medicine but should stop when your course is complete. If the side effects continue please consult with your doctor.
  • Prevention is always better than cure and is vital in healthcare.
  • Do not mix any other kind of medicine with this medicine as this can lead to a reaction between the drugs and can harm the child’s body badly.

Ques. What conditions does this drug treat?

Ans. It is used in the treatment of Respiratory tract infections.

Ques. What are the common side effects of using this medication?

Ans. Nausea, Vomiting, Abdominal pain, Diarrhea and Headache are some of the common side effects of using this medication.

Q. What if I give too much Dry Syrup by mistake?

Ans. This Syrup is safe and usually, an extra dose of it would not do any harm. But since overdose increases the risk of side effects and may even worsen your child’s condition, you must speak to a doctor immediately if you think you have given too much Dry Syrup to your child.