What is ampicillin trihydrate? What is ampicillin trihydrate used for?
Asked by Casie Salsman 3 months ago.
Ampicillin (Principen) is indicated in the treatment of infections caused by susceptible strains of the designated organism listed below; Infections of the Genitourinary Tract Including Gonorrhea: E. coli, P. mirabilis, enterococci, Shigella, S. typhosa and other Salmonella, and nonpenicillinase-producing N. gononhoeae. Infections of the Respiratory Tract: Nonpenicillinase-producing H. influenzae and staphylococci, and streptococci including streptococcus pneumoniae. Infections of the Gastrointestinal Tract: Shigella, S. typhosa and other Salmonella, E. coli, P. mirabilis, and enterococci. Meningitis: O. Meningitides. Answered by Claudia Brecht 3 months ago.
Ampicillin Trihydrate Answered by Theodora Banales 3 months ago.
It is an antibiotic. in the penicillin family. Answered by Sanjuanita Fiscal 3 months ago.
If a patient is administered 250 mg of ampicillin trihydrate how much of the actual drug are they receiving?
and how much of the dose is merely water? btw, the chemical formula of ampicillin trihydrate is: C16H19N3O4S · 3H2O thanks in advance~
Asked by Sarina Lanning 3 months ago.
250 mg. And how much is water would depend on the total amount in the bag. if it's 250 ml total, it would still be 250 mg of ampicillin. If it's 1000 ml total, it's still gonna be 250 mg ampicillin. Answered by Cristine Rollison 3 months ago.
They are actually getting 250 mg. The chemist aside, drug doses have to be for the active moiety. The reason for this is that drugs are often formulated as different salts by different manufacturers. Answered by Valentine Gulbrandson 3 months ago.
C12.011 X16 = 192.176 H1.0079 X19 = 19.1501 N14.007 X3 = 42.021 O15.999 X4 = 63.996 S32.07 X1 = 32.07 H1.0079 X2 = 2.0158 O15.999 X1 = 15.999 pill 367.4279 water 18.0148 % water 0.049029483 Of 250 mg 12.25737077 mg Answered by Marry Tayse 3 months ago.
.375 H&H. Nothing else performs quite like it, without going to one of the English big bores. At least with the H&H, you can find a box of shells when you want to. Answered by Merlyn Rizzuto 3 months ago.
interesting question :-) Answered by Kerri Appelbaum 3 months ago.
Can chronic use of ampicillin trihydrate cause renal failure? if taken every 6 hours a day in a week..?
the capsule is in 500mg
Asked by Casie Medez 3 months ago.
If the patient had normal renal function, it's unlikely. If their renal function was already impaired, it could've made it a little worse. Answered by Tonda Parm 3 months ago.
Hi....can anybody tell me the exact wavelength at which the absorption of ampicillin trihydrate is maximum?
Asked by Larry Maler 3 months ago.
I'd tell you, but then I'd have to kill you. Good luck with the homework, there ;) Answered by Lonnie Hunsperger 3 months ago.
What is ampicillin made of?
is there any acetaminophen in it?
Asked by Chester Graeber 3 months ago.
Ampicillin is a beta-lactam antibiotic that has been used extensively to treat bacterial infections. PRINCIPEN Capsules (Ampicillin Capsules USP) for oral administration provide ampicillin trihydrate equivalent to 250 mg and 500 mg ampicillin. Inactive ingredients: black iron oxide, gelatin, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Red #3, FD&C Red #40, lactose monohydrate, silica gel, and titanium dioxide. Acetaminophen is not contained. Answered by Debroah Ripa 3 months ago.
Ampicillin is a penicillin-type antibiotic and is widely prescribed and well-tolerated. It is almost identical to amoxicillin and works in exactly the same way. It does not contain acetominephen (or any other pain or fever-reducing medication). Answered by Winston Pilkington 3 months ago.
Can I use Ampicillin for my kitty?
My kitty is just 2.5months old. A stray feline, it has been dewormed and vaccinated regularly. When there was vomiting and diarrhea for the kitty due to indigestion, we asked the Vet for suggestion. He suggested that we give the kitty 5 drops of Rx Roscillin (Ampicillin For Oral Suspension). After giving 2/3 doses...
Asked by Effie Ferrie 3 months ago.
My kitty is just 2.5months old. A stray feline, it has been dewormed and vaccinated regularly. When there was vomiting and diarrhea for the kitty due to indigestion, we asked the Vet for suggestion. He suggested that we give the kitty 5 drops of Rx Roscillin (Ampicillin For Oral Suspension). After giving 2/3 doses of the medicine, the vomiting and diarrhea stopped. So, everytime the kitty doesn't eat I give it few drops of Roscillin and it works out - he never skips the next meal. What is actually the medicine for? My kitty hunts in the garden and almost everyday keeps eating insects, cockraoches, lizards etc. So sometimes, it skips food. Even yesterday, he caught hold of a quite a *** lizard. Now, today, he is not eating at all. Shall I give it Roscillin for digestion? Does Roscillin enhance digestion? Roscillin contains Ampicillin Trihydrate IP (Ampicillin). Please Help! I'm really worried about my cute kitty? Answered by Clotilde Andrado 3 months ago.
Cats love lizards but it makes them sick. Ampicillin is just an antibiotic that has nothing to do with their digestion system. It helps with infections. I have a cat that also loves to catch and eat EVERYTHING, but she doesn't get sick over it. Your kitty will learn what to eat and what not to eat all by itself. Alot of times they just like the hunt and do not actually eat what they catch. Cats have a knack for knowing what is good for them and if you are going to continue letting the kitty out, there is really nothing you can do to stop it from eating, chewing or digesting anything it desires. Don't keep giving it that antibiotic because like humans, their body will learn to tolerate the drug and not help it when it is needed. It is just a baby and it will learn as it grows about eating things that make it sick. Good luck! Answered by Michelle Lipski 3 months ago.
You should keep your kitty in the house so he doesnt eat things that make him sick. He should not be eating bugs, cockroaches, lizards, etc. Thats why he's throwing up. Answered by Elden Guanche 3 months ago.
I have bad sore throat. My doc gave me Amoxycilin Trihydrate. Is it safe when I'm 4-5 weeks pregnant now?
Do I have to finish the whole course if I felt better after taken it for 2days? (because for antibiotics, usually have to finish all)
Asked by Christopher Ruggiero 3 months ago.
Here are some of the medications which are considered safe to take during pregnancy when taken according to the package directions. • Analgesics (for pain relief) —– Acetaminophen • Antipyretic (for fever) —– Acetaminophen • Antiemetics (for vomiting) —– Metoclopramide, Meclizine • Anti-histamine (for allergy) —- Chlorpheniramine • Antacids (for hyperacidity/heartburn) —– Aluminum Magnesium Hydroxide • Anti-diarhheal —— Loperamide, Kaolin Pectin, Attapulgite • Miscellaneous —— Prenatal Vitamins, Ferrous sulfate, Folic acid Potassium chloride • Topical Anti-fungal (for yeast infection) —– Clotrimazole, Miconazole • Antibiotics —— Penicillins, Amoxicillin, Ampicillin, Cephalosporins, Co-amoxiclav, Erythromycin, Oxacillin • Anti-diabetic —— Insulin • Anti-convulsant —– Magnesium sulfate • Thyroid preparation —– Levothyroxine So yes, it's safe to take Amoxycillin. Your doctor also knows that your pregnant and I don't think he would prescribe something that can be harmful to you and your baby. I wish you the best. Answered by Harris Ikenberry 3 months ago.
Amoxicillin is safe during pregnancy. yes you do have to finish the WHOLE prescription to feel better. if you do not, the infection MAY come back. Answered by Kori Aipopo 3 months ago.
im assuming your dr knows youre pregnant.. therefore wont give you something unsafe. Answered by Venus Lyvers 3 months ago.
Pre-exposure vaccinations for rabies and infection treatment with antibiotics?
The antibiotics are Ampicillin Trihydrate, 500mg per capsule. The infection is in the earlobe.
Asked by Marisela Ruzbasan 3 months ago.
I just got the first shot for the series of pre exposure vaccinations for rabies (three shots) and I was wondering if there's a problem if I start a treatment for an infection with antibiotics. I've searched everywhere but I can't find any information, probably because it's just irrelevant. However, I would like to have a second opinion. Answered by Cary Riogas 3 months ago.
You don't say in which country you live, but if it is in US, France, etc. any major hospital that deals with serious infectious diseases should be able to help. If in UK - I understand your frustration. We are badly equipped, and don't understand this disease. Try the Hospital for Tropical Diseases or the Health Protection Agency at Colindale. There has been interesting research recently on side effects of rabies vaccines, led by Chiron, the company that manufactures vaccine. You could try them. Good luck - I write about rabies in medical magazines Verite R Answered by Jose Trethewey 3 months ago.
What infection and which antibiotic? Answered by Micah Boiani 3 months ago.
Blood in stool for dog?
About two weeks ago we adopted a dog from the animal shelter and ever since we have had her she has had diarrhea and blood in her stool. She has not been consistent but most the time it is the diarrhea as well as blood. We took her to the vet almost a week ago. We got her tested for parvo and did a intestinal...
Asked by Anette Daleus 3 months ago.
About two weeks ago we adopted a dog from the animal shelter and ever since we have had her she has had diarrhea and blood in her stool. She has not been consistent but most the time it is the diarrhea as well as blood. We took her to the vet almost a week ago. We got her tested for parvo and did a intestinal parasite fecal test. Both tests came out negative. Well they decided to give her a shot of ampicillin Trihydrate Injection and they also gave us Panacur for her to take for the next three days. They thought that it might be Whipworm since you cannot see that in a microscope. She took the medication and still has the diarrhea and blood in her stool. She is not throwing up, she is always happy and always eats. We do not know whats wrong with her. We want to take her to the vet again but then we could have to pay for more testing and right now we cannot afford that due to moving across the United States. Is there anyone that can help me on what to do? Answered by Margarita Bajdas 3 months ago.
Call and ask your vet asap.. Answered by Camila Gabrel 3 months ago.
I hope you’ve been able to solve these problems by now. There are clinics that provide free or reasonably priced treatment and care. Look for one in your area. Answered by Elois Paynes 3 months ago.
Will my Kitty survive the diarrhea and vomiting?
I hear a sound (the kind of sound that we hear in our bowels when we have gastric problems) in the kitty's stomach. Does this mean something fatal?
Asked by Bret Lino 3 months ago.
My kitty is just 30 days old. Since we are new to kitties and since it was a street feline(separated from its Mother), we did not know what to feed it. So, we gave milk, biscuits, pieces of omelet /egg yolk etc.. The Kitty had it for about 3 days. From yesterday, it was withdrawn, did not eat anything and looked very sick. We were worried and called the Vet. He suggested a liver tonic (Liverol). Today morning we found it vomiting and excreting stools (diarhhea). The Vet suggested Roscillin (Ampicillin Trihydrate - 5 drops). We are giving it that. But it still does not eat anything. What has happened to my kitty? Does it have any serious illness? Answered by Darrin Chaplen 3 months ago.
Milk.. as in cow's milk? That's a big no no. That would give kitty the runs. Hopefully you meant 'Canned Kitten's Milk' which is all kitty should need until she's ready for more solid food. You can find canned kitten milk or formula in the aisle of your grocery store (or walkmart) where they sell cat food or cat supplies. Why the heck would the vet suggest liver tonic either? *sighs* That usually causes puking. Just stick with kitten formula, read the can it tells you how much to give kitty a day, and when to start solids or how to introduce solids. Then use kitten dry food or wet food for kittens. No adult cat food or human food at all. The kitten on top of being sick from what you have been feeding it, could also have FIV (feline aids basically, non transferable to humans) or Feline Luekemia. Both are fatal for most cats. Both are common diseases/viruses among stray or feral (wild born) street cats. It could also have Distemper, which is a horrible way to die. They don't eat, they puke, they have the runs, they are in pain. Only your vet can check kitty and tell if it's Distemper. You could give it liquid shots to hydrate it through distemper, and it would have a very slim chance of survival - but most people can't give the shots, and even if they do the cat usually doesn't make it anyway. You're only prolonging it's suffering. IF it is Distemper. Try giving it water from a eye dropper, or dipping your finger in water and seeing if it will lap the water off your finger. Cats need water, ALOT of water. But the kitten for now since it's so young also needs that special kitten milk (it's a dollar or so a can). It may not have been seperated from it's mother, she might have abandoned it because it was ill. They'll do that to insure the survival of the healthy kittens they have. I would call a different vet if you have one near by, and take the kitten in for a health check up. Also you might want to surrender kitty to the Humane Society (NOT Animal Control) and see if they can help it. Best of luck, and don't feel overly bad that you were feeding it the wrong food making it sicker. You didn't know, and it's hard to look up on the internet what to feed a 30 day old (or young) kitten with no mother. Just find it a home with someone who can take care of it for now. Mrs. B P.S. To the guy who said feed it cheese: You don't feed a cat milk, cheese, or any dairy foods because they can not handle them. Dairy will give it tummy upset, cause puking, gas, diareah (the runs), and can even cause death if all you feed it is stupid dairy products. Answered by Tula Gawlak 3 months ago.
Do not give your kitten cow's milk - it can make them sick and give them diarrhea. You can obtain mother's milk replacer for young kittens at many of the pet stores in the area. When the kittens are 8 weeks or older, they no longer need the milk but may enjoy it anyway. Milk that has been specially processed for cats to consume safely is available from many local groceries. Answered by Janay Kesson 3 months ago.
Hi There, When I was a kid we had gotten a kitten and gave it milk and it ended up with diarrhea and vomiting, we found out that your not suppose to give kittens, cats, any age people milk. There bodies can't deal with the lactose that's in our milk. So PLEASE stop with the milk. Give it kitten milk from a pet store, take it to the vet. Our little kitten ended up dying. I have 3 cats now and if I drink milk I have to cover it with something or my oldest one will go for it. I give her the 99% to 100% lactose free milk that people drink. I hope this helps and everything works out for you and your little kitty. hugs sydnie Answered by Lorriane Ufford 3 months ago.
It sounds like you're feeding the kitten food that is too rich for its system to handle. At that age, a kitten's diet is still mainly milk. I would suggest trying kitten chow and either the special formula for orphaned kittens or goat's milk. See if that helps. Answered by Britteny Mendola 3 months ago.
You might have given it food that is too rich for its young stomach. Feed it basics, milk, soft cheese and water. Make sure it drinks LOTS of water, even with a baby bottle if needed. The kitty loses a lot of fluids vomiting and through diarrhea, so keep it well hydrated and it will get better. Answered by Martha Dormanen 3 months ago.
Awwww! Poor kitty. : ( I hope your kitty gets better. Poor little thing. Monitor him/her closely. Very fragile in this stage. Best of wishes! Answered by Neville Stuckert 3 months ago.
Feed it pet mince, kitten biscuits, and no NO milk products as cats are lactouse intolerant. no dairy products. water needs water. Answered by Casandra Youngkin 3 months ago.
If it continues to not eat, take it to another vet or even to the nearest animal hospital for another diagnosis Answered by Shantell Exler 3 months ago.
They make a really awesome kitten replacement milk. You can get it at walmart. That's what it'll eat for now. Answered by Wanda Gallese 3 months ago.