Pera-SB 1.5 Gm Injection
Cefoperazone and Sulbactam Anhydrous Injection – Pera-SB 1.5 Gm Injection is a member of the class of drugs known as antibiotics that are used to treat a variety of bacterial infections, including infections of the respiratory system (lungs), urine, blood, meningitis (inflammation of the brain and spinal cord), gonorrhoea (a sexually transmitted illness), skin, stomach, bone, and joint infections.
The proliferation of dangerous bacteria inside or on the body results in bacterial illnesses. You can get sick from harmful or contagious bacteria, and they can proliferate swiftly in your body. Toxins, which are substances produced by these hazardous bacteria, can injure tissue and make you ill. The injection is ineffective against viral illnesses like the common cold and the flu.
It combines two medicines, Cefoperazone (a cephalosporin antibiotic) and Sulbactam (beta-lactamase inhibitor). Cefoperazone inhibits the growth of bacterial cell walls, which are essential for their survival and destroys the bacterium as a result. Sulbactam, on the other hand, increases the effectiveness of cefoperazone in combating bacteria while reducing bacterial resistance. Cefoperazone and Sulbactam work together to treat bacterial infections.
Cefoperazone and Sulbactam Anhydrous Injection is a combination of two medications that work together to destroy the bacteria that cause illnesses. Cefoperazone inhibits bacterial growth, which is how it functions. Sulbactam lessens resistance and increases Cefoperazone’s effectiveness against germs. Numerous different bacterial infections, including those of the ear, sinuses, throat, lungs, urinary tract, skin, and soft tissues, can be treated with it. The majority of the time, this medication helps you feel better within a few days, but even after you feel better, you should continue taking it as directed to ensure that all germs are eradicated and do not develop a resistance to it.
A medical practitioner will administer Cefoperazone and Sulbactam Anhydrous Injection. Do not take it by yourself. It is injected into a muscle or vein. Depending on your health and the severity of the infection, the dose may change. It is advised that you follow the doctor’s instructions regarding Cefoperazone and Sulbactam Anhydrous Injection dosage and duration.
After completing the entire course of treatment, let your doctor know if you still don’t feel better. Additionally, if your symptoms worsen while taking this medication, you must let your doctor know.
Sulbactam Anhydrous Injection and Cefoperazone typically begin to operate quickly after administration. However, it can take a few days to eliminate all of the harmful germs and restore your health.
Pera-SB 1.5 Gm Injection
Cefoperazone 1000 Mg + Sulbactam Anhydrous 500mg Injection