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Furoxone is a medicine based on Furazolidone, typically employed in the treatment of protozoal and bacterial infections in the human organism.
Furoxone is prescribed for the specific and symptomatic treatment of bacterial or protozoal diarrhea and enteritis caused by susceptible organisms.
Furoxone is only available for oral administration, either as oral suspension or as tablets.
Furoxone is typically employed for the treatment of patients suffering from colitis, cholera, giardiasis and diarrhea caused by the presence of bacteria.
If you would like to find out more regarding the Furoxone indications, or if you would like further information on why you have been prescribed a treatment with Furoxone, it is best that you consult the prescribing health care specialist.
Other types of bacterial and protozoal infections may be treated with this medicinal product as well.
Several types of bacteria, as well as protozoal organisms, may invade the human body causing infections, and Furoxone has a strong curative effect in such situations.
Reported Furoxone overdose symptoms are:
- A vesicular morbilliform rash;
- A fall in blood pressure;
- A brown discoloration of the urine;
Furoxone side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Abdominal pain;
- Joint pain;
- Skin rashes;
- Sore throat;
- Urine discoloration to dark yellow or brown;
- USAF EA-1;
- Furoxone Swine Mix;
- Furoxone Liquid;
- Fiurox aerosol powder;
It is strongly advised that Furoxone is not administered to patients that are hypersensitive to Furoxone, to any other product containing Furazolidone, to related medicines such as Nitrofurantoin or Nitrofurazone or to any of the other ingredients of this medical product.
Furoxone should not be administered to infants of less than 1 month of age.
Furoxone therapy should be safe during breast feeding.
Before staring a therapy course with Furoxone, you should inform the prescribing health care professional if you are suffering from or have a medical history of Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.
This drug may cause mild anemia in patients with G6PD deficiency.
While Furoxone has not shown to cause any harm to unborn babies, pregnant patients should consult with their personal health care provider before starting a treatment with Furoxone.
Do not take Furoxone with any of the following drugs:
- Tricyclic antidepressants;
- Diet pills;