Sulfamethoxazole 100mg and Trimethoprim 20mg Dual-Action Tablets is a powerful antibacterial treatment that offers an effective remedy against diverse bacterial infections. This pharmacological combination potently obstructs the pathways of bacterial enzymes, thereby magnifying its defensive effectiveness. Key attributes include:
Meet the dynamic duo of the antibacterial world, the Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim tablets. This potent formula consists of a power-packed pair that has a proven track record in tackling various bacterial infections. Its unique formulation and strength of 100mg Sulfamethoxazole and 20mg Trimethoprim make these tablets a reliable choice for many.
At the core of these tablets are its two powerful ingredients. Sulfamethoxazole (SMZ), a sulfonamide bacteriostatic antibiotic, and Trimethoprim (TMP), a dihydrofolate reductase inhibitor. When combined, these substances halt the folate synthesis pathway, critical for bacterial DNA production. By reinforcing each other's action, SMZ and TMP deliver a potent punch to bacterial cells, disrupting their growth and replication.
Always follow your doctor's prescribing instructions. For a detailed description of dosage instructions and prophylaxis, refer to the WHO Model Formulary or the WHO Packet Book for hospital care for Children. Remember, a licensed healthcare professional should always confirm any divergences or alterations.
The tablets come in a uniquely designed blister pack that ensures quality for up to 36 months, enhancing cost-effectiveness. However, for maximum product efficiency, store these tablets within a temperature range of 15°C to 25°C.
If oral administration poses barriers, alternatives like Sul.200mg Trim.40mg/5ml oral suspension and Sulf.100mg Trimet.20mg tablets are on hand as flexible and user-friendly solutions for different patient needs.
Wield the combined power of Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim dispersible tablets to fight bacterial infections. Trust this potent pairing for an effective and convenient antibacterial treatment.