What is Seromycin
Approved as Treatment by the FDACycloserine, otherwise called Seromycin, is approved by the FDA for 3 uses such as inadequate response to conventional therapy and Tuberculosis, Extrapulmonary .
When to interrupt dosageThe dosage of Seromycin is contingent upon the identified issue, such as organism demonstrated to be susceptible, inadequate response to traditional treatment and Failed traditional therapy. The amount of dosage can be found in the table below, depending on the route of administration.
Seromycin Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Seromycin?An ongoing inquiry is assessing the effectiveness of Seromycin for Failed conventional therapy, Tuberculosis, Extrapulmonary and organisms shown to be vulnerable.
Seromycin Reviews: What are patients saying about Seromycin?
Patient Q&A Section about seromycinThese questions and answers are submitted by anonymous patients, and have not been verified by our internal team.
What drug class is seromycin?
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How is cycloserine administered?
"Doses are then increased to 500 mg twice daily for the next 2 weeks as tolerated. After 4 weeks, the dosage is adjusted according to the therapeutic response.
Seromycin can be taken orally and the current dosage suggestion is 500 mg to 1 g per day, divided into monitored doses through blood levels. The usual starting dose for adults is 250 mg, taken twice a day at 12 hour intervals, for the first 2 weeks. After that, the dosage is increased to 500 mg twice a day for the next 2 weeks if tolerated. After 4 weeks, the dosage is then adjusted according to response to the medication."
What type of antibiotic is cycloserine?
"Cycloserine is a broad-spectrum antibiotic and has activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.
Cycloserine, trade-named Seromycin, is an antibiotic that also inhibits GABA transaminase. It is effective against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, and is prescribed as part of a regimen to treat active drug-resistant tuberculosis."
What is cycloserine used for?
"Cycloserine belongs to the class of antibiotics known as bacteriostatics, and is used to treat tuberculosis. When used to treat TB, it is given in conjunction with other medications. Cycloserine may also be used to treat other conditions at the discretion of a medical practitioner."