Advent 1.2gm Injection


Manufacturer: Cipla Ltd Salt Compositions: Amoxycillin (1000mg) + Clavulanic Acid (200mg)
Quantity: Store below 30°C
Storage: Store below 30°C


Information About Advent 1.2gm Injection

Advent 1.2gm Injection is a penicillin-type antibiotic that aids your body in fighting bacterial infections. It is used to treat infections of the lungs (such as pneumonia), the ear, nasal sinuses, the urinary tract, the skin, and soft tissue. It is ineffective against viral illnesses such as the common cold.

Advent 1.2 g Injections are usually given by a healthcare professional and should not be done at home. Your doctor will choose the precise dose and timetable for administering this injection based on the severity of your underlying condition. It is strongly advised to follow the doctor’s instructions.

Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and thrush are all common side effects of this medication. You may also experience injection site reactions such as discomfort, edema, or redness. Please see your doctor if these symptoms do not improve or persist for an extended period of time. Consult your doctor before beginning medication in patients with severe liver or renal problems.

If you are allergic to any antibiotics or have kidney or liver problems, you should consult your doctor before using it. Your doctor may adjust your dose or suggest a different medication. If used under the guidance of a doctor, this medication is generally considered safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Advent 1.2gm Injection Uses

  • Prophylaxis of surgery associated Bacterial infections

Advent 1.2gm Injection Benefits

In Prophylaxis of surgery associated Bacterial infections

Advent 1.2 g Injection comprises two medications, Amoxycillin and Clavulanic Acid, which work together to destroy germs that cause illnesses. Amoxycillin acts by inhibiting bacterial growth. Clavulanic Acid decreases resistance and increases Amoxycillin’s antibacterial effectiveness.

This combination drug can be used to prevent bacterial infections after surgery for the gastrointestinal tract, pelvic cavity, head and neck, and biliary tract. It normally works within a few days, but you should keep taking it even if you feel better to ensure that all bacteria are eliminated and do not grow resistant.

Advent 1.2gm 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 Advent

  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Thrush

How To Use Advent 1.2gm Injection

This medication will be administered by your doctor or nurse. Please do not self-administer.


Q1. Is Advent 1.2gm Injection safe to use?
Advent 1.2 g When used as directed by a doctor, injection is completely safe. However, it may produce common side effects such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, rash, allergic response, and other uncommon or rare side effects in certain patients. If you have any persistent problems throughout your therapy, please notify your doctor as soon as possible.

Q2. How is Advent 1.2gm Injection given?
Advent 1.2gm Injection should only be administered by a trained healthcare professional or a doctor and should not be self-administered. The dose will be determined by your doctor based on the disease you are being treated for. To get the most out of Advent 1.2gm Injection, strictly follow your doctor’s recommendations.

Q3. Are there any special precautions to take when using Advent 1.2gm Injection?
Advent 1.2gm Injection is not recommended for people who have a known allergy to penicillins or any other substance in the medication. It should not be administered to people who have a history of liver illness. As a result, notify your doctor if you are allergic to any medications.

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