AUGMENTIN '200' Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 050725/001.

Names and composition

"AUGMENTIN '200'" is the commercial name of a drug composed of AMOXICILLIN and CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM.

Answered questions

Can u please give me the simpliest way of calculating this medication?
The physician orders 600 mg Augmentin. Augmentin, 200 mg per 0.5 is available. The medical assistant should administer? Asked by Nanci Rushdan 4 months ago.

write the equation as x over 600 (x / 600) equals 0.5 over 200 (0.5 / 200) cross multiply 600 times 0.5 then divide by 200 Your answer is 1.5 (is that ml?) Answered by Lulu Phommajack 4 months ago.

If you are having a hard time with this basic medical doage calculation, then you really need to seek help from a professor or fellow student. Get a tutor. This isn't that hard. As everyone else has stated the answer is 1.5 (assuming that's mL). (600 mg /1 ) x (.5 / 200 mg).....the mg cancel out leaving you with whatever units is on the 0.5...and you simply do the math from there Answered by Dianna Lambes 4 months ago.

the assistant should give you 1.5 or equal to three 200mgs thats the equivillent to 600mgs Answered by Breanna Dokken 4 months ago.


Is it okay to take augmentin for a UTI?
I woke up yesterday morning with a UTI. I've had one before, and this is hasn't got to the point where I'm screaming...well, I'll leave those details out. Those of you whom has had one would know what I'm talking about. I don't have health insurance so I can't go to the hospital, but... Asked by Katerine Koria 4 months ago.

I woke up yesterday morning with a UTI. I've had one before, and this is hasn't got to the point where I'm screaming...well, I'll leave those details out. Those of you whom has had one would know what I'm talking about. I don't have health insurance so I can't go to the hospital, but my husband recently went to the dotor's for sinusitis and they gave him augmentin. He's not using it, and it's an antibiotic. Is it ok for me to take it? Cranberry suppliments or juice hasn't ever helped me when it comes to this situation, and I don't know of any other home remedies. I need this gone ASAP because it's interfering with my performance at work. I can't call off because I'm one of only 2 employees here, and the other will be working today anyway. I need help. Can you please give me an awesome home remedy or tell me if it's ok to take this stuff? Thanks! Answered by Bong Farago 4 months ago.

I would never suggest anyone taking anothers pills. But yes augmentin can be used to treat a UTI. Augmentin is a broad spectrum anti-infective medication.(yes this has been confirmed with a drug reference book) It falls in the same chemical class as amino-penicillin- so if you are allergic to penicillin, do not take the medication. The usual adult dosage is 200-500 mg by mouth every 8 hours, or 875mg by mouth every 12 hours. the side effects of this medication include- headache fever, seizures, nausea, diarrhea, vomitting, abdominal pain etc, so you must take this medication after eating. If you have any medical condition or if you are taking any medications presently, i would suggest you contact your local pharmacist for any contraindications. Keep in mind, i am not a doctor, i am an ICU nurse. The ultimate decision is yours, but please go to a doctor or a clinic. You So, I wish you the best of luck, feel better! Answered by Kelley Ingmire 4 months ago.

No, augmentin only treats certain infections. That is why your doctor requires a urine sample to see which infection you have and which antibiotic is suitable for fighting the infection. Drink lots of water, as in 2.5 litre per day, thats the best way to clear out a UTI. If your still in pain after a day or two please consult with a doctor who can prescribe a more suitable a/b such as trimethoprim. Answered by Vena Keiser 4 months ago.

My doctor advised against it. I dealt with the same thing mostly because I'm allergic to most antibiotics so they kept coming back. He said a recurrent UTI can cause miscarriage. I'm not 100% sure if its true but I wasn't about to take a chance. I hope this helps some. Answered by Louella Lawes 4 months ago.

Oh please don't. Y did ur husband not finish all of the medication? Ohhhhh let me guess, he felt better and he thought he would save it for next time. Except next time it might not work because now his cooties are resistant to augmentin. U really need to see a dr to get something that is appropriate for u, and take ALL of it. I know that when u feel better its tempting to save the rest for the next time, especially when u don't have health insurance, but that only makes the bugs resistant and harder to get rid of. Drink lots and lots of water. Answered by Blanche Higueros 4 months ago.

I am a nurse. I BEG you to not use your hubby's medications. Please! Go to a doctor, a free clinic, somewhere, and let them test to see what the bacteria is. Different antibiotics kill different bacteria. Augmentin is one that is NOT used for such symptoms. Answered by Rossana Sumner 4 months ago.


I am in 32 weeks , and Ive got UTI, I've been drinking Augmentin capsule 2 xadayx7, will this harm the baby?
There were times that when I sleep in the night time, I couldnt feel that I need to urinate, until i felt the pain in my abdomen, thats the time I will wake up to pee. I dont have any idea if this is the reason why my right lower abdomen is swollen and there is pain in the night time and when I wake in the... Asked by Kim Butteris 4 months ago.

There were times that when I sleep in the night time, I couldnt feel that I need to urinate, until i felt the pain in my abdomen, thats the time I will wake up to pee. I dont have any idea if this is the reason why my right lower abdomen is swollen and there is pain in the night time and when I wake in the morning. Can somebody tell me what is this? The doctor says it is hernia, but it just grow like 4 days ago only. Appreciate your answer... Answered by Amelia Pruden 4 months ago.

You Dr. should have prescribed you medicine for the UTI that will not harm your baby. If you don't trust in your Dr.'s diagnosis of a hernia then seek the advice of another Dr. Good Luck. Answered by Shaun Shubrick 4 months ago.

Don't' trust your doctor, especially with the welfare of your baby at stake. Ask the semi-literates on YA. Answered by Isaura Linnell 4 months ago.

Your doctor or your pharmacist wouldn't have given it to you if there was going to be harm towards you or your baby. Stop worrying you and your baby will be fine Answered by Inger Mullet 4 months ago.


Augmentin Suspension 200mg bid x 10 days?
Use tap water to reconstitute the Augmentin. (Use the 400mg/5ml antibiotic powder)How much Augmentin was dispensed?My question is do I have count the volume of the powder as well?? the book isn't that helpful with examples. Ive done the problem many times and I am stuck on it..Any help would be appreciated Asked by Shellie Mcdade 4 months ago.

Use tap water to reconstitute the Augmentin. (Use the 400mg/5ml antibiotic powder) How much Augmentin was dispensed? My question is do I have count the volume of the powder as well?? the book isn't that helpful with examples. Ive done the problem many times and I am stuck on it..Any help would be appreciated Answered by Latoya Blais 4 months ago.

50 ml bottle and no, you do not count the powder volume. 200 mg BID = 4000 mg total dose for 10 days. There is 80 mg/ml in your bottle of the 400 ml/5ml). 4000mg total dose divided by 80 mg/ml = 50 ml for the 10 days course. Easier way - the dose is 1/2 of the concentration in the bottle - 200 mg in 2.5 ml so you need 5 ml for each days' dose (2.5 ml twice a day) = 5 ml/day X 10 days = 50 ml Answered by Lakiesha Parbo 4 months ago.

No, you cannot count the volume of the powder. Don't read too much into your questions. You will use 5 ml of WATER with however much powder given. Therefore: You have a suspension of 400 mg of Augmentin in 5ml of water. You only need 200mg bid x 10 days. (200 is half of 400, so you need half of 5 ml, which is 2.5 ml). So you will give 2.5 ml bid x 10 days. Happy studying! Answered by Darby Saches 4 months ago.


Rx I have for sick cat gave me more than I needed, but it says discard in 10 days, so now can I still give?
7 yr old siamese very sick,no eat/drink & lumps on tummy, found were filled with pus as 1 exploded, took to vet & they said it was mammalary gland infected. Total cost of everything they wanted to do was $975, I don't have, so for $100, they gave me 1 week of med/office visit & a shot.said to watch careful &... Asked by Jule Ina 4 months ago.

My 7 yr old siamese got very sick,no eat/drink & lumps on her tummy, we found were filled with pus as 1 exploded, took to vet & they said it was mammalary gland infected. Total cost of everything they wanted to do was $975, which I don't have, so for about $100, they gave me 1 week of med/office visit & a shot.said to watch careful & try to get her to take food/water. At end of week much better, so I took rx to regular pharmacy to save $$(cheaper by $25) the bottle they gave me was 4 times the size the vet ordered. So after the next week of meds like vet ordered, I had lots left. She was all better, but now another lump is here.The rx is amox tr-k clv 200-28 5/5 sulek & says discard after 10 days, which would have been 8/14. Pharmacy won't refill without another vet visit, and I have not enough money for that for another month. I want to know if this med is dangerous for kitty or just pharmacy way of making more money? Please help us.No free services in my town to get her help. Answered by Marlen Robbinson 4 months ago.

7 yr old siamese very sick,no eat/drink & lumps on tummy, found were filled with pus as 1 exploded, took to vet & they said it was mammalary gland infected. Total cost of everything they wanted to do was $975, I don't have, so for $100, they gave me 1 week of med/office visit & a shot.said to watch careful & try to get her to take food/water. At end of week much better, so I took rx to regular pharmacy to save $$(cheaper by $25) the bottle they gave me was 4 times the size the vet ordered. So after the next week of meds like vet ordered, I had lots left. She was all better, but now another lump is here.The rx is amox tr-k clv 200-28 5/5 sulek(augmentin 200) says discard after 10 days, would have been 8/14. Pharmacy won't refill without another vet visit, & I have not enough money for till next month. I want to know if this med is dangerous for kitty or just pharmacy way of making more money? Please help us.No free services in my town to get her help. Answered by Libby Ence 4 months ago.

If the medication is the same dosage as the one your vet gave then the medication is fine to give. After 10 days you are to discard it because it has been reconstituted and it won't be as affective. So either continue to give without the same affect or try and find some money to get your cat back to the vet to get better. Answered by Tiffiny Selleck 4 months ago.

I have used this medicine before. It cannot be used after 10 days...it goes bad after that. This is a version of amoxicillin...and needs to be handled very carefully. Even if you got it directly from the vet, they would need to see her again before giving you more. Do not use what's left of it. I hate to say it, but if you really can't afford another vet visit...look at a farm supply store for something similar. Some feed/supply stores will carry antibiotics that can be dispensed without prescription. You will likely have to buy more than you need, and it will be VERY risky to give your cat anything you could buy there (they are typically for cows and horses)...but it may help her. If you resort to this, please try to find someone knowledgeable about those products before selecting one. I would really recommend seeing if your vet or another vet will work out a payment plan and only trying to buy otc products as a last resort. Answered by Noella Goebel 4 months ago.

That's a sad story indeed. The medicine was given to clear up the infection so enough is enough. It will work or not. If not another antibiotic may be needed. It sounds like your cat has mammary cancer, an aggressive cancer in cats which might be helped with radical surgery, chemo and/or radiation. Very expensive way to go and not a big chance of buying you much more time with your cat. My neutered male applehead Siamese had that cancer. By the time it was discovered it had metastasized to his lungs and though they tried to draw off fluids, he could not breathe and I had to euthanize him just three years ago this weekend. You need to watch your cat carefully and if she is suffering please release her humanely. Answered by Ami Macgowan 4 months ago.

I'm not sure that it would make her sicker, probably after the 10 days it isn't as potent. I had to give zithromax to my cat once and it was a weird schedule, every day for 3 days then every other day for 30 days. and the bottle said to use before a certain date and the pharmacist said that as long as you keep it in the refrigerator it should be fine. I'm guessing that this is a liquid med. Answered by Owen Hodell 4 months ago.

Simply call the vet that treated your cat and tell them, the same problem has occured in another area and would they call the script into that pharmacy. Answered by Fernanda Pridgett 4 months ago.

amox is like amoxacillian for people, we would keep it for a month MAX! i was told it actually has eggs in it, but you cant believe what you hear...call the vet, and ask why it says discard after 10 days and if its ok to give it to your kitty, they cant charge you for asking Answered by Hee Coopper 4 months ago.

Call the vet and ask him to refill the prescription. Answered by Celia Fiorenza 4 months ago.

It goes bad, loses its effectiveness and can do alot of harm after it expires. Your vet may make some money off of you, but they are there for the better of your pet - toss it please! Answered by Ora Fern 4 months ago.

If it was liquid.Then its not dangerous but it loses its potency. It still should help but its not as strong as when you first bought it. Answered by Shelly Vanhecke 4 months ago.

You should throw it out just to be safe Answered by Lucie Lanosga 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
050725/001 AUGMENTIN '200' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM FOR SUSPENSION/ORAL 200MG per 5ML and EQ 28.5MG BASE per 5ML
050726/001 AUGMENTIN '200' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 200MG and EQ 28.5MG BASE

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
050564/001 AUGMENTIN '250' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM TABLET/ORAL 250MG and EQ 125MG BASE
050564/002 AUGMENTIN '500' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM TABLET/ORAL 500MG and EQ 125MG BASE
050575/001 AUGMENTIN '125' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM FOR SUSPENSION/ORAL 125MG per 5ML and EQ 31.25MG BASE per 5ML
050575/002 AUGMENTIN '250' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM FOR SUSPENSION/ORAL 250MG per 5ML and EQ 62.5MG BASE per 5ML
050597/001 AUGMENTIN '125' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 125MG and EQ 31.25MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
050597/002 AUGMENTIN '250' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 250MG and EQ 62.5MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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050725/001 AUGMENTIN '200' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM FOR SUSPENSION/ORAL 200MG per 5ML and EQ 28.5MG BASE per 5ML
050725/002 AUGMENTIN '400' AMOXICILLIN; CLAVULANATE POTASSIUM FOR SUSPENSION/ORAL 400MG per 5ML and EQ 57MG BASE per 5ML
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