Parafed – Paracetamol I.V Infusion
PARACETAMOL I.V (PARAFED) INFUSION – TREATMENT OF FEVER & PAIN RELIEF
Parafed Infusion helps in relieving moderate pain and reducing fever. It effectively alleviates pain and reduces fever for the short term in cases following surgery or in cases where oral administration is not possible.
Parafed Infusion is administered by a doctor or a nurse and should not be self-administered. Depending on the severity of your underlying illness, your doctor will decide the precise dose and schedule as per which this injection is to be given. It starts working within one hour. Inform your doctor if you are also taking other medications containing paracetamol to avoid an overdose. You should let your doctor know if your pain or fever does not subside.
USES OF PARACETAMOL I.V (PARAFED) INFUSION
- Pain relief.
- Treatment of Fever.
WORKS OF PARACETAMOL I.V (PARAFED) INFUSION
Parafed Infusion is an analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer). It works by blocking the release of certain chemical messengers that cause pain and fever.
SIDE EFFECTS OF PARACETAMOL I.V (PARAFED) INFUSION
- Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping).
- Stomach pain.
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
Parafed Infusions may induce negative effects that impair your driving ability.
There is no reason why you cannot drive between Parafed Infusion courses, however, you should keep in mind that this medication includes alcohol and it may be unsafe to drive.
Parafed Infusion is safe to use in people with kidney problems. Parafed Infusion dose should not be adjusted.
However, if you have underlying kidney problems, consult your doctor.
Parafed Infusion may require a dose change. Please consult your doctor.
Parafed Infusion should not be used in people who have severe liver disease.
Parafed Infusion is not safe to use during pregnancy because there is clear evidence of danger to the developing fetus. However, the doctor may seldom prescribe it in life-threatening cases if the benefits outweigh the hazards. Please consult your doctor.