Pentam Coupon and Discount

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Pentam Overview
Drug Name: Pentam
Generic Name(s): Pentamidine
Drug Class: Antiprotozoals
Treats: Pneumonia

The drug Pentam is an antimicrobial drug or anti-infective agent. Pentam belongs to a class of medicines known as an antiprotozoal. Pentam is a brand whose generic version is known as Pentamidine or pentamidine isethionate. Pentam is administered via inhalation as it works effectively in the lungs, preventing and treating serious lung infections.

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  • Pentam Uses

    Doctors prescribe Pentam use for the treatment of pneumonia. Pentam is especially indicated for use by high-risk patients such as HIV-infected patients. Pentam can be inhaled or administered through an injection. The injection is given either intramuscularly or intravenously. Pentam works by killing and destroying the pathogens that cause the pneumonia infection. Doctors or other healthcare professionals may prescribe Pentam use for the treatment of other conditions not mentioned here.

    • Pneumonia
    • HIV
  • Pentam Dosage

    Pentam is a prescription only medicine which means it is only available with a prescription from the doctor. Pentam dosage depends on a number of factors as determined by the doctor. These factors include the patient's medical history, weight and age.

    • The recommended Pentam dosage for the prevention of pneumonia is 300 mg administered once every 4 weeks.

    Doctors will use a nebulizer to administer the Pentam. This is a device that converts the drug into a fine mist that can be inhaled. A treatment session using Pentam usually lasts about 30 to 45 minutes. Sometimes doctors also use another inhaled medicine to open up the airways before administering Pentam.

  • Pentam Side Effects

    Patients using Pentam may experience certain side effects. Not all patients, however, experience the same kinds of side effects that will vary in severity and frequency. Mild to moderate side effects often tends to go away on their own. However, these can be reported to the doctor if they last longer than expected. Any serious Pentam side effects or allergic reaction to the medicine should prompt an immediate visit to a health facility for emergency medical attention. Some of the common Pentam side effects include the following;

    • Headaches, night sweats
    • Nausea and diarrhea
    • Infections such as bronchitis, herpes, flue
    • Upper respiratory tract infections
    • Coughs and wheezing
    • Hypertension, hypotension
    • Abdominal pains and cramps
    • Dry mouth, foul taste

    These are not all the possible Pentam side effects, and patients are likely to encounter others not listed here. Any new or previously unknown side effects may be reported to the US FDA.

  • Pentam Interactions

    Drug interactions may affect the way a drug works and may result in an allergic reaction. Drug interactions may also cause patients to suffer an allergic reaction. It is important to let the physician know of any medicines, drugs, vitamins, nutritional supplements and herbal products a patient may be currently using. These will then be checked for possible drug interactions. Interactions may also be checked against the following medicines;