Augpac/Augpac Injection

Augpac/Augpac Injection Dosage/Direction for Use

amoxicillin + clavulanic acid

Manufacturer:

Pacific Pharma (Korea)

Distributor:

AA Medical
Full Prescribing Info
Dosage/Direction for Use
Augpac: General Information: For infections caused by amoxicillin-sensitive organisms, the dosage is that approved for amoxicillin, as the clavulanic acid component does not contribute to the therapeutic effect.
Adults: Severe Infections and Infections of the Respiratory Tract: 1 tablet every 8 hrs.
Children: 25-50 mg/kg/day of Augpac 625 mg (which corresponds to a daily dosage of the equivalent of amoxicillin 20-40 mg/kg and clavulanic acid 5.1 mg/kg) to be taken in divided doses every 8 hrs at the start of a meal.
Augpac Injection: Intravenous injection: Dissolve one vial of amoxicillin sodium and clavulanate potassium for injection in 20 ml Water for Injection BP. Inject slowly.
The constituted solution must be used up within 20 minutes below 25°C.
Intravenous infusion: Dissolve one vial of amoxicillin sodium and clavulanate potassium for injection in 20 ml Water for Injection BP and then add the reconstituted solution to 100 ml Sodium Chloride intravenous Injection BP 0.9% w/v. Infuse over 30 minutes. The diluted solution must be used within 1 hour below 25°C.
For treatment of infections: Adult and children over 12 years: 1.2 g of amoxicillin sodium and clavulanate potassium for injection every 8 hours. In severe infections, increase frequency to six-hourly intervals. Children 3 months to 12 years: 30 mg/kg* of amoxicillin sodium and clavulanate potassium for injection every 8 hours. In severe infections, increase frequency to six-hourly intervals. Children 0-3 months: 30 mg/kg* of amoxicillin sodium and clavulanate potassium for injection every 12 hours in premature infants and in full-term infants during the perinatal period, increasing to eight hours thereafter. *each 30 mg AUGPAC INJECTION provides 25 mg amoxicillin and 5 mg clavulanic acid.
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