Azab 100 is one of the most popular antibacterial drugs available on the market today. Azithromycin is used to treat various bacterial infections, primarily those associated with the respiratory system. The drug can be used to treat both adults and children.
The antibiotic blocks the production of some vital proteins by bacteria, which makes it possible to stop their growth and reproduction. Thus, Azab 100 has a bacteriostatic and not bactericidal effect. However, this does not mean that Azithromycin is weaker than bactericidal antibiotics, because stopping the growth of bacteria in most cases leads to the death of the colony.
A useful feature of the drug is its long time of withdrawal from the body. Half of Azithromycin is eliminated from the body in approximately 50 hours. This parameter is much more than that for other antibiotics. This means that Azab 100 is stored in the body for a long time, and often the drug can have its effect 5-7 days after the end of the intake cycle, which is very important in the treatment of severe and prolonged infections with a high probability of relapse. Also, this property of the drug allows to reduce the frequency of its admission and the duration of the treatment cycle.
Side effects when taking Azab 100 are rare; however, they are possible. The most common disorders associated with the gastrointestinal tract are pain in the abdomen and stomach, diarrhea, nausea, constipation, and sometimes vomiting. Do not forget that, like any antibiotic, Azithromycin can affect the normal intestinal microflora, which can be expressed in stable dysbiosis.