Capcid 40mg Injection

Capcid 40mg Injection

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Capcid 40mg Injection is administered to prevent stress ulcers in critically ill patients and to reduce aspirationrelated complications during anesthesia It falls under the category of proton pump inhibitors PPIs If your doctor deems it more appropriate this medication will be administered intravenously by a healthcare professional instead of a tablet The dosage will be determined based on your underlying condition and your response to the medication It is important to follow your doctors prescribed duration of treatment even if your symptoms improve quickly Enhance the efficacy of the treatment by consuming smaller meals at regular intervals and avoiding caffeine spicy and fatty foods Common side effects of this medication include mild symptoms such as nausea headache dizziness flatulence diarrhea stomach pain and injection site reactions If these symptoms persist or become bothersome consult your doctor Longterm usage of this medication may increase the risk of certain side effects such as an increased risk of bone fractures especially with higher doses Discuss with your doctor about preventative measures to combat bone loss osteoporosis such as calcium and vitamin D supplements Capcid 40mg Injection may not be suitable for certain individuals Inform your doctor if you have severe liver problems are taking medications for HIV have experienced allergic reactions to similar medications in the past or have a history of bone loss osteoporosis Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult their doctor before taking this medication Avoid alcohol consumption as it can exacerbate symptoms by increasing stomach acid production If this medication causes dizziness or drowsiness refrain from driving operating machinery or using tools