Manufacturer: Parth Category: Skin Substance: Azithromycin Package: 250mg 6 pills
This antibacterial medication with a broad spectrum of action is azithromycin for sale in our store under the name Azab 250. There are numerous infections that can be treated with the macrolide antibiotic, including tonsillitis, sinusitis, and urethritis. Azithromycin, which treats infections, comes in a tablet form and contains the following ingredients: azithromycin dihydrate (250 mg of azithromycin per tablet), anhydrous lactose, croscarmellose sodium, anhydrous colloidal silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, corn starch, potassium, and hypromelose. It is used in bodybuilding to stop skin infections that lead to steroid acne.
A broad-spectrum antibiotic called azithromycin, when found in high doses in the inflammatory area, has a bactericidal effect. This formulation is promptly absorbed from the digestive tract due to its stability in an acidic environment and lipophilicity. After an average of 2.5 hours, the blood plasma’s maximum concentration reaches 0.4 mg/l. It has a 37% bioavailability.
The respiratory system, epidermis, soft tissues, and tissues and organs of the urogenital tract are all easily penetrated by azithromycin (especially the prostate gland). Azithromycin has a reasonably long half-life and achieves a suitably high concentration in tissues due to its low affinity for blood plasma proteins, capacity to enter eukaryotic cells, and localization in the low pH area around lysosomes. The drug’s capacity to concentrate in lysosomes has a direct impact on the destruction of intracellular microorganisms. Following transport to the infection sites, azithromycin is released during phagocytosis. The drug’s concentration is significantly higher where the infection is present than it is in healthy tissues, and it also depends on how much inflammatory edema there is. It should be highlighted that the medication has no discernible impact on phagocyte activity.
It’s become possible to create brief treatment cycles with durations of three to five days because of the preservation of its bactericidal concentrations in the inflammatory focus within five to seven days of the last dose. There are two steps to the drug’s elimination from blood plasma. The half-life is 14 to 20 hours, and it lasts from 8 to 24 hours after the drug administration. The second stage lasts for 41 hours between 24 and 72 hours. So, this drug can only be used once daily. Another benefit of the medication is that patients tolerate it far better than the penicillin family (macrolides are considered the least toxic antibiotics).
One tablet is taken orally each day, either two hours before or one hour after eating. Adults are prescribed 500 mg the first day and 250 mg the following days for infections of the respiratory tract, skin (steroid acne), and soft tissues (2 to 5 days). Furthermore, a dosage plan of 500 mg every three days is acceptable.
The following dose is administered as soon as it is discovered that the admission was missed, and subsequent doses are administered every 24 hours thereafter.
When using azithromycin and antacids at the same time, the break between doses should be at least two hours.