Many gram-negative bacteria that are resistant to natural or penicillinase-resistant penicillins can be treated with Ampicillin. These bacteria are mainly E. coli, Klebsiella, Haemophilus, and B-lactamase-producing bacteria, and are time-dependent antibiotics. When this drug is introduced into the body, it inhibits the formation of cell walls, causing bacteria to die.
Who is Ampicillin Capsule for?
Why use Ampicillin Capsule?
This product is very helpful for treating wounds, skin infections, dental abscesses, and bladder infections.
How does Ampicillin Capsule work?
In many gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria, this medicine prevents peptidoglycan chain joining, which hinders cell wall development and production. Bacteria are eliminated and die as a result of this procedure.
Sandoz or other generic brand
How is Ampicillin Capsule sold?
Sold by the capsule in 250 mg or 500 mg strengths
What are the side effects of Ampicillin Capsule?
Some adverse reactions are possible during the initial period of treatment: Vomiting Nausea Diarrhea Upset Stomach If symptoms persist, notify a veterinarian. Other potential adverse reactions include: Throat Irritation Mouth Irritation Tongue Redness Tongue Inflammation
What special precautions are there?
Do not use in guinea pigs, rodents, or rabbits. Keep out of the reach of animals and children.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Ampicillin Capsule?
Keep at room temperature between 68-77° F
It is best to wait 1 hour before feeding or 2 hours after. This will help reduce stomach upset. If needed, you can feed with food to help.
Typically, this product is orally delivered on an empty stomach (2 hours after eating or 1 hour before). Administer as directed by your veterinarian.