Drug Consumption Rules For Post Tonsillary Surgery?
I wanted to ask, just yesterday I got out of a tonsillectomy and was allowed to go home with a record of control again. I was given cefadroxil (must be finished) and 200 mg of ibuprofren, it was taken together or separately I mean a few days of cedroxil then ibuprofen. I was told what … there was only a description in the recipe: 2 * 1 a day after eating (same information on both drugs) so I asked how the rules for taking it? Together or how?
Hello Leomessi03, Thank you for the question.
Cefadroxil is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections. Antibiotics are usually given after a person has undergone a surgical procedure to treat a post-procedure infection. Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is used to relieve pain and inflammation. You can take this medicine at the same time after eating. Please follow the directions for using the drug, especially for antibiotics to be spent. Don't forget to return to consult with your doctor according to the doctor's recommended schedule.
Hope this information helps.