How It Works:
Prulifloxacin belongs to the group of medicines called quinolone antibacterials. It prevents the growth of bacteria by inhibiting the enzyme called DNA gyrase, which is essential for reproduction of bacterial DNA.
inflammation of the stomach, itching of skin, itchy skin rash on the face, coughing, nausea, abdominal cramps, an excess of blood in the vessels supplying an eye, breakdown of damaged muscle tissue, loss of appetite .Potentially Fatal: hypersensitivity, impaired hearing, breathlessness, skin rash, sleep disorders, Stevens-Johnson syndrome .Rare: crystals in the urine, vomiting, drowsiness, noisy respiration, muscle spasm, sensitivity to sunlight, altered taste, confusion, hot flushes, somnolence, loose motions, and increase in bilirubin., epigastric pain, and diarrhea), dizziness, fever, sneezing, anaphylactic reactions, headache, Uncommon: urge to vomit
Frequently Ask Questions:
Q. Prulifloxacin is used for?
Prulifloxacin is used to treat acute uncomplicated lower urinary tract infections (simple cystits) and complicated lower urinary tract infections. It is also used to treat severe symptoms of chronic inflammation of the air passages (bronchitis).Patient should follow the advice of doctor regarding its use.