Mycoflu-L Injection kills the fungi that cause serious infection. It is administered by a doctor or nurse and should not be administered by the patient. It typically makes you feel better fast, but you should keep taking it even if you feel better to ensure that all of the fungus and yeast that are causing the illness are killed and do not grow resistant.
Mycoflu-L Injection is an antibiotic used to treat Leishmaniasis, often known as kala-azar, a serious or life-threatening disease caused by a parasite that enters the human body by the bite of infected sand flies. It destroys the infection-causing parasite and prevents the infection from spreading further. This medication should only be provided by a doctor or nurse. Take no other medications with this medicine (unless directed by a doctor), as they may interfere with its absorption. Do not use this medication to treat any other condition without first checking with your doctor.
Most side effects are harmless and will go away as your body adapts to the medication.
Common side effects of Mycoflu-L
Q. How Mycoflu-L 50mg Injection works?
Mycoflu-L 50mg Injection links to the sterol component of the fungal cell membrane, disrupting membrane integrity and inhibiting fungal growth.
Q. What is amphotericin B liposomal?
Amphotericin B liposomal complex is a medication that is both antifungal and antiprotozoal. It is used to help the body overcome serious infections caused by fungus or protozoa
Q. What is the difference between amphotericin B and liposomal amphotericin B?
Using a composite endpoint, the two medicines had the same overall efficacy. However, the liposomal amphotericin B treatment group had fewer proven fungal infections, fewer infusion-related side effects and less nephrotoxicity.
Q. Is Mycoflu-L Injection fungicidal or fungistatic?
Mycoflu-L Injection has a fungicidal effect, which means it kills the fungus.
Q. Is Mycoflu-L Injection an antibiotic?
Yes, Mycoflu-L Injection is an antifungal antibiotic used to treat fungus infections such as fungal infections of one or more deep parts of the body, suspected fungal infections in individuals with a high fever and neutropenia (low white blood cell count), and Visceral leishmaniasis (an infectious disease caused by a parasite).
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