Nelin Indications/Uses





Full Prescribing Info
NELIN injection is indicated in the treatment of infections caused by susceptible strains of the previously mentioned microorganism. Clinical studies have shown NELIN to be effective in: Bacteremia, septicemia; Serious infections of the respiratory tract; Kidney and genitourinary tract infections; Skin, soft tissue infections; Bone, joint infections; Burns, wounds, peri-operative infections; Intra-abdominal infection (including peritonitis); Infections of gastrointestinal tract; Infections of central nervous system (including meningitis).
NELIN injection is recommended as initial therapy in suspected or confirmed gram-negative infection. In serious infections when the causative organisms are unknown. NELIN injection may be administered as initial therapy in conjunction with a penicillin or cephalosporin type drug before, obtaining results of susceptibility testing. If anaerobic organisms are suspected suitable anti-microbial therapy in conjunction with NELIN injection should be given. Following identification of the organism and its susceptibility, NELIN injection or other appropriate antibiotic therapy should then be continued.
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