02 Jul 2015

Rocephin vials (Ceftriaxone) - United Kingdom

ATC: J01DD
ANTIINFECTIVES FOR SYSTEMIC USE
ANTIBACTERIALS FOR SYSTEMIC USE
OTHER BETA-LACTAM ANTIBACTERIALS
THIRD-GENERATION CEPHALOSPORINS
Rocephin vials

Last Updated on 02 Jul 2015 by EPG Health Media Staff

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Rocephin vials Indication

Rocephin is indicated for the treatment of the following infections in adults and children including term neonates (from birth):

Bacterial Meningitis

Community acquired pneumonia

Hospital acquired pneumonia

Acute otitis media

Intra-abdominal infections

Complicated urinary tract infections (including pyelonephritis)

Infections of bones and joints

Complicated skin and soft tissue infections

Gonorrhoea

Syphilis

Bacterial endocarditis

Rocephin may be used:

For treatment of acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in adults

For treatment of disseminated Lyme borreliosis (early (stage II) and late (stage III)) in adults and children including neonates from 15 days of age.

For Pre-operative prophylaxis of surgical site infections

In the management of neutropenic patients with fever that is suspected to be due to a bacterial infection

In the treatment of patients with bacteraemia that occurs in association with, or is suspected to be associated with, any of the infections listed above

Rocephin should be co-administered with other antibacterial agents whenever the possible range of causative bacteria would not fall within its spectrum.

Consideration should be given to official guidelines on the appropriate use of antibacterial agents.

 

Rocephin vials Generic Name

Ceftriaxone

Type

POM

Summary Product Characteristics (SPCs) Links
SPC - Rocephin 250mg, 1g and 2g vials (external site)

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Rocephin vials Marketing Information

Rocephin vials Generic Name
Ceftriaxone
Marketing Company
Roche Products Limited
Drug Type
POM
Date of Issue, Marketing Authority 23/10/2003

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