Generic Medicine Info
Indications and Dosage
Urinary tract infections
Adult: 200-400 mg bid.

Uncomplicated gonorrhoea
Adult: 400 mg as a single dose.
Should be taken on an empty stomach. Take 1 hr before or 2 hr after meals w/ full glass of water. Ensure adequate fluid intake daily. Avoid caffeine.
Hypersensitivity; lactation; child; adolescent; pregnancy.
Special Precautions
Impaired hepatic or renal function; G6PD deficiency; myasthenia gravis; maintain adequate fluid intake; avoid excessive alkalinity of the urine, exposure to strong sunlight/sunlamp; epilepsy; history of CNS disorders. Discontinue in case of tendon pain, inflammation or rupture. May impair ability to drive and operate machinery. High level of resistance with Staph. aureus infections.
Adverse Reactions
GI disturbances; CNS effects; hypersensitivity-type reactions; reversible arthralgia; hepatic effects; haematological disturbances; tachycardia; superinfection; pain and irritation at Inj site; tendon damage; phlebitis and thrombophloebitis.
Drug Interactions
May inhibit hepatic metabolism and clearance of drugs metabolized in the liver eg theophylline and caffeine; antacids and metal cations; antineoplastics.
Lab Interference
Elevated liver enzyme values.
Description: Enoxacin inhibits DNA gyrase and topoisomerase IV which are essential in bacterial DNA reproduction.
MIMS Class
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