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Cefixoral belongs to a group of antibiotics called the cephalosporins. They kill bacteria by interfering with the ability of bacteria to form cell walls. The bacteria therefore break up and die.
Cefixoral, a cephalosporin antibiotic, is prescribed for bacterial infections of the chest, ears, urinary tract, and throat and for uncomplicated gonorrhea.
Cefixoral is prescribed for the treatment of:
- Infection of the kidney;
- Infections of the ears, nose or throat;
- Infections of the organs associated with breathing, including nasal passages, sinuses, windpipe and lungs;
- Infections of the urinary tract;
Cefixoral side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Abdominal pain;
- Allergic reaction to active ingredient;
- Inflammation of the large intestine;
- Loose stools;
- Mild diarrhea;
Your doctor may start you on a low dosage because Cefixoral is eliminated from your body by the kidneys and kidney function tends to decrease with age.
Children weighing more than 110 pounds or older than 12 years of age should be treated with an adult dose.
If your child has a middle ear infection (otitis media), your doctor will probably prescribe Cefixoral suspension.
The safety and effectiveness of Cefixoral in children less than 6 months old have not been established.
The tablet form is less effective against this type of infection.
The usual child's dose is 8 of liquid per 2.2 pounds of body weight per day.
This may be given as a single dose or in 2 half doses every 12 hours.
A single 400-mg oral dose is usually prescribed.
Infections Other Than Gonorrhea
This may be taken as a single 400-mg tablet once a day or as a 200-mg tablet every 12 hours.
The usual adult dose is 400 mg daily.
If you have kidney disease, the dose may be lower.