Glewe - antibacterial medication from the group of fluoroquinolones.
Glewe - antimicrobial agent with broad spectrum action. It includes the antibiotic fluoroquinolone - levofloxacin destroying protein synthesis, destroying bacteria.
Glewe antibiotic particularly effective against infections caused by Gram-negative, Gram-positive organisms, including bacteria resistant to penicillins, aminoglycosides, cephalosporins.
Not sensitive to Glewe spirochetes.
Release tablets 250 mg and 500 Glewe, solution for intravenous administration of the agent (100ml).
The instructions Glewe stated that it can appoint to treat pneumonia, complicated urinary ducts, skin infections, soft tissue infections, bacterial chronic prostatitis, intra-abdominal infections, septicemia, bacteremia.
There are positive reviews of Glewe, his participation in the treatment of acute sinusitis, chronic bronchitis during his aggravation.
Instructions for use Glewe
Tablets Glewe 500, 250 mg taken orally, crush or divide them impossible. Take Glewe antibiotic regardless of mealtime. Usually doctor selects a dose, but the instructions are listed Glewe standard optimal dosage.
In acute sinusitis, prostatitis, intra-abdominal infections appoint Glevo500 mg - 1 tablet 1 p / day.
With infectious diseases of the urinary ducts prescribed 250mg of levofloxacin 1 p / day.
Pneumonia, bacteremia, septicemia, infections of soft tissue, skin Glewe take 500 mg - 1 tablet 1-2 p / day.
During exacerbation of chronic bronchitis Glewe take 500 or 250 mg of 1 p / day.
Treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infections usually lasts three days, prostatitis - 28d., Other infectious diseases - 7-14dn.
Glewe is recommended to take 500, 250 mg for another 2-3dn. after symptoms have disappeared.
Older patients, those with compromised liver function does not require adjustment of doses of levofloxacin.
The solution for infusion is administered intravenously Glewe. The rate of introduction of 100 ml per hour. The procedure is carried out 1-2 p / day. Typically, after the improvement of the patient is transferred to oral administration of the antibiotic.
The instructions listed Glewe such dosages for infusion: chronic bacterial prostatitis, pneumonia, infections of soft tissues, skin - 500mg 1-2 p / day; in complicated urinary tract infections - 250mg 1 p / day.
Treatment usually lasts 7-14dn.
The remaining solution in the vial can not be used to re-Glewe, it must be disposed of.
There are reviews of Glewe, that it causes side-effects of different systems of: decompression, neutropenia, tachycardia, pancytopenia, thrombocytopenia, hemolytic anemia, tachycardia, leukopenia, agranulocytosis, eosinophilia, violation of a chair, appetite loss, pain abdominal pain, vomiting, nausea, hyperbilirubinemia, decreased glucose levels, elevated liver enzymes. There are isolated cases, when due to prolonged use Glewe developed pseudomembranous colitis.
Glewe can cause vertigo, confusion, tremor of limbs, disturbance of sleep, headaches, anxiety, depression, convulsions, paresthesia, agitation.
There are reviews of Glewe, pointing to the fact that after its application may have pain in the joints, muscles, rhabdomyolysis, muscle weakness. Sometimes there is loss of tendons, the development of tendonitis. In this case, the drug should be discontinued.
Glewe antibiotic and can cause a variety of allergic reactions, lead to acute renal failure, weakness, fever, interstitial nephritis, and the development of candida superinfection to aggravate porphyria.
Glewe is not indicated in case of intolerance levofloxacin, other quinolones, when diagnosing a patient of epilepsy, tendon injuries associated with the use of fluoroquinolones.
Glewe not assign pregnant women, during lactation, adolescents and children up to 18L.
According to the instructions Glewe prescribed with caution in patients who are taking corticosteroids, elderly patients with diabetes mellitus, with lesions of the central nervous system, mental disorders, lack of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase.
During treatment Glewe should be careful when driving, complex mechanisms.