Know your Ambisome Amphotericin B
Ambisome Amphotericin B is an antifungal medication given for several weeks and months to cure a serious kind of fungal infection like that of a certain form of meningitis seen in HIV people and also for Leishmaniasis.
Treat Leishmaniasis and meningitis of HIV people with ease:
The success rate of this antifungal medication is 100% as it has the audacity to eradicate life threatening fungal infection caused with meningitis in HIV patients and also with Leishmania. The Ambisome Amphotericin B injection are given at a dosage of 0.75mg/kg for 15-20days daily or alternatively in intravenous infusions.
Pregnancy: Not suitable
Breastfeeding: Not suitable
Trying it for the 1st time
Statistics show that most patients love this medication a lot more because of the supremacy of the medication. Close monitoring of the patients are advisable. There is no added proof that it affects unborn babies, but it’s wise to say that pregnant women should not get involved.
The concept of Meningitis in HIV patients, Leishmanis and Ambisome Amphotericin B
These infections are one of the most brutal of the lot that might cause instant death if not treated in time.
The antifungal Injection is a sterile, non-pyrogenic lyophilized product for intravenous infusion. Each vial contains 50 mg of amphotericin B, that has the capacity to cure Leishmaniasis and meningitis with ease. This injection when mixed with other lipids, for lesser exposure of the free drug to organs. The success rate of this antifungal medication is 100%, so feel free to use it.
You may receive amphotericin B liposomal injection in a hospital or you may use the medication at home. If you will be using amphotericin B liposomal injection at home, your healthcare provider will show you how to infuse the medication. Be sure that you understand these directions, and ask your healthcare provider if you have any questions. Ask your healthcare provider what to do if you have any problems infusing amphotericin B liposomal injection.