Information About Adrenaline Tartrate Injection
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection is used to treat potentially fatal events such as acute allergic reactions and cardiac arrest. It quickly reduces shortness of breath and wheezing by relaxing the airways. It also works to stimulate the heart and raise blood pressure.
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection also alleviates the swelling of the face or tongue and the hives associated with an allergic reaction. It is administered under the direction of a physician. Your blood pressure, heart rate, or ECG may be closely monitored by your doctor until you are stable. Even after this injection, you should continue to take all of your other medications as prescribed by your doctor for long-term treatment.
Common adverse effects of this medication include headache, agitation, tremor, and palpitations. Some people should use this medication with caution. As a result, if you have a liver or renal problem, tell your doctor as soon as possible. Also, inform your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing, as well as any other medications you are taking on a regular basis.
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection Uses
- Severe allergic reactions
- Cardiac arrest
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection Benefits
In Severe allergic reactions
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection is used to treat life-threatening allergic responses caused by insect bites or stings, foods, drugs, latex, and other factors. It decreases allergic reactions by decreasing the inflammatory response induced by the release of a chemical called histamine, which is responsible for numerous allergic reaction symptoms such as shortness of breath, hives, swelling, inflammation, and so on.
In Cardiac arrest
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection contains adrenaline, a hormone that stimulates the heart and increases blood flow. It is a proven life-saving treatment for people whose hearts have suddenly stopped working owing to a condition known as cardiac arrest. Its motion is quick, yet it only lasts a few seconds. Only a skilled healthcare expert can administer it in an emergency to save a life.
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection Side Effects
Most side effects do not require any medical attention and disappear as your body adjusts to the medicine. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you’re worried about them
Common side effects of Adrenaline Tartrate
How to Use Adrenaline Tartrate Injection
This medication will be administered by your doctor or nurse. Please do not self-administer.
Q1. How is Adrenaline Tartrate Injection administered?
Adrenaline Tartrate Injection should only be administered in the middle of the outer thigh, and it can be injected through clothing in an emergency.
Q2. Where should Adrenaline Tartrate Injection not be administered?
It should not be injected into a vein or into the buttocks muscles since it may not work. Injecting this medicine accidentally into your hands or feet may result in a decrease of blood supply to those areas, resulting in numbness.
Q3. When should I consult with my doctor?
If you have abrupt wheezing, difficulty breathing, swelling of the eyelids, face, or lips, rash or itching (particularly affecting your entire body), chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, or an irregular heartbeat, call your doctor straight once.