R CIN 300 mg
R-Cin- 300 mg
R-cin 300 mg is a prescription antibiotic that is effective in treating a wide range of bacterial infections including tuberculosis, leprosy and legionnaire’s disease. The medicine comes in the form of capsules that is administered by mouth. It can be taken with other medication regularly to prevent the spread of infections. The active ingredient of the medicine is Rifampicin which is believed to stop the bacterial cell growth by interfering and preventing the production of RNA by bacteria.
Clinical uses of R-cin 300 mg
R-cin 300 mg capsules are made with the active ingredient rifampicin which is used for treating:
- Meningococcal meningitis
- legionnaire’s disease
- Staphylococcal infections
The capsules must be taken on an empty stomach before two hours after a meal. Before prescribing this drug to you, your physician will access you and take other factors such as age, weight, and medical condition into consideration before prescribing rifampicin capsules to you. The effects of medicine vary from person to person. It is advisable to consult a physician before using this medicine.
Possible Side Effects of R-Cin- 300 mg
The most common side effects of the drug include loss of appetite, diarreha, nausea, and vomiting. Its regular use may also turn the color of your sweat, tears, and urine red or orange. Patients using Rcin capsules may also experience liver problems or allergic reactions as the side effects of the medicine. Rifampicin is clinically tested and safe medicine for people with certain bacterial infections, but it is always a good idea to check with your physician whether the drug is safe for you or not.
Pregnant women are advised to speak to their physician before using the medication. People dealing with hypersensitivity and jaundice are not recommended to take the antibacterial drug. Exercise caution in case of the history of alcoholism, renal, or hepatic impairment. Moreover, elderly patients or children below two years of age need to take the lower doses to treat the bacterial infection.
All drugs can interact with other medicines and increase the likelihood of side effects. Therefore, it is essential to check all the possible interactions with your physician before beginning the treatment.