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Capreomycin Sulfate for Injection.

Function and indication:
It is suitable for the second-line treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. This product can be used as one of the combined drugs for patients who have failed the first-line anti-tuberculosis drugs (such as streptomycin, isoniazid, rifampicin and ethambutol), or when one or more of the above drugs are toxic or the bacteria are resistant.

Usage and dosage:
Capreomycin sulfate for injection: 1. Take the drug once a day for 2-4 months, then change to 2-3 times a week. 2. Intramuscular injection: 0.75-1g/day, once a day, add an appropriate amount of sterile injection water to dissolve before use, and inject deep into the muscle. 3. Intravenous drip: 1g per day (weight <55kg, 0.75g per day), once a day. Dilute with 250ml of sodium chloride injection before use and drip, 60 drops/minute. The total daily dose shall not exceed 20mg/kg. 4. Or follow the doctor's advice. Adverse reactions: The dosage and usage of different dosage forms and specifications of this product may be different. Please read the specific drug instructions for use or follow the doctor's advice. Capreomycin sulfate for injection: 1. Intramuscular injection causes local pain and nodules, so deep injection is recommended. 2. Transient blood pressure drop, local phlebitis, hypokalemia, hypocalcemia, and hypomagnesemia occur during intravenous injection. Electrolytes should be checked. 3. Hearing impairment, tinnitus, fullness in the ears, hearing loss, unsteady gait, and dizziness. Combination with aminoglycosides such as gentamicin can aggravate hearing loss and is not suitable for use. 4. Renal function damage: Even if BUN is slightly elevated, large doses can still cause renal tissue damage, resulting in hematuria, decreased urine volume, decreased appetite, extreme thirst, etc. These should be taken as important side effects and taken seriously. 5. Electrolyte imbalance: Due to renal tubular damage, K+ and Mg++ reabsorption is reduced, resulting in low potassium and low magnesium, manifested as weakness, drowsiness, weak pulse, arrhythmia, dyspnea, abdominal distension, nausea, vomiting, accompanied by low calcium, and intramuscular twitching and spasms. 6. In a few cases, there may be drug rash, which may be accompanied by drug fever. 7. Occasionally, there may be symptoms such as arrhythmia, mental changes, and headaches. 8. Hypercytosis and leukocytopenia may be seen. Contraindications: The usage and dosage of this product may vary in different dosage forms and specifications. Please read the specific drug instructions for use, or follow the doctor's advice. Capreomycin sulfate for injection: It is contraindicated for those who are allergic to any ingredient in this product and pregnant women.