Broad-Spectrum Antibiotic – Purbac – For Fighting Chronic Bacteria And Infection

Purbac drug is usually prescribed to those who have immunodeficiency due to chronic diseases like HIV or AIDS etc. This antibiotic will help such individual to fight with bacterial infections in weak immune system conditions. Since Purbac DS is a high dose medicine, it needs to be taken with proper measure and only if prescribed by a doctor. It is available in pills and liquid form, which should only be injected intravenously.

Who can take this drug?

For any bacteria to survive in our body, tetrahydrofolic acid is required, and this drug will stop the formation of this acid in our body to kill the bacteria.

  • People having urinary tract infection
  • Intestinal or digestive tract infection
  • Inflamed bronchial tube lining inside lungs and other infectious lungs disease
  • pneumocystis carinii pneumonia or weak immune system.

A standard dose of Purbac for adults and children

For an adult human, the generally prescribed Purbac dose is 800mg of sulfamethoxazole and 160mg of trimethoprim daily. But if you are a pregnant female or planning to conceive, then the amount could vary for you. Also, it can vary according to the age group that you belong to or patient’s health, weight, past medical records etc. If you want to know more about purbac ingredients, you can find its details on pillintrip.com.

Side effects of Purbac, if any

The side effects generally occur if you are allergic to any ingredient or overdose, or similar reasons which need immediate doctor’s attention. Some common side effect includes

  • diarrhoea
  • headache and insomnia
  • increased potassium level in blood
  • nausea or vomiting.

There could be fatal side effects, such as immune system disorders, kidney disorders, brain-related disorders, etc., which cannot be ignored, and one should immediately stop the dose and consult their health expert. Also, you should not take Purbac antibiotic to deal with viral infections like common cold etc.