Active substance: Clindamycin

Dosage: 150 mg

Price: €75.54 – €299.15

Cleocin is an antibiotic that has long been known in United Kingdom for its antibacterial effects. It is used in dermatology, gynaecology, general surgery and also in veterinary medicine. Below we will examine in detail to whom and in which cases this drug should be administered and what are the contraindications to its use.

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What is Cleocin and what is it used for?

Cleocin is an effective antibiotic that belongs to the lincosamide group, has a broad spectrum of action and its active substance is clindamycin. It is very effective in the treatment of ear, nose and throat infections, some vaginal infections, peritonitis, boils, infected wounds and abscesses. However, it is advisable to perform an antibiogram before starting treatment to check its efficacy in your particular case.

Indications For Use Of Cleocin

The drug is actively used in infections of respiratory tract, skin, bones and soft tissues, oral cavity, bones, pelvic organs, female reproductive organs, peritonitis, scarlet fever, bacterial vaginosis, acne.

Contraindications of the medicinal product

It is contraindicated in people with hypersensitivity to drugs containing clindamycin, in cases of ulcerative colitis, enteritis, atopy, dermatitis, eczema, skin lesions (wounds, burns), during pregnancy and lactation and under 12 years of age.

It should be noted that the reliability of the contraceptive effect of oral contraceptives is questionable with concomitant use of Cleocin. It is therefore necessary to use other methods of contraception during treatment with Cleocin.

Remember also to consult your doctor and inform him/her of any illnesses, allergies or medications you are taking. This will help to prescribe the correct regimen and duration of treatment and to determine the best dose of medication for the patient.

Side effects

In general, the drug is fairly well tolerated by patients. However, some people who have taken Cleocin have experienced side effects such as burning, itching, dryness, erythema and scaling. Much less frequent are diarrhoea, bloody diarrhoea and colitis, abdominal pain and gastrointestinal disorders and folliculitis.

If you experience any of the above effects, you should discontinue use of the medicine and consult a specialist.

Dosage and Administration

The tablets should be taken orally with plenty of water.
The dosage and method of administration may be decided by the treating physician depending on the severity of the infection, the patient’s condition and the sensitivity of the microorganisms responsible for the disease.

In adults, a dose of 150-300 mg every 6 hours is usually prescribed. In severe infections, 16-20 mg/kg body weight per day, divided into 3 or 4 doses.

The duration of treatment is determined on an individual basis. In severe infections, treatment lasts longer than 10 days.