Ceftriaxone and Sulbactam for Injection


COMPOSITION: Ceftriaxone 1gm +Sulbactam 500mg
PACKING:   1’s
MRP:  116


Doctors indicate Ceftriaxone and Sulbactam for Injection as an effective treatment for bacterial infections. These infections are caused due to the multiplication of harmful bacteria on the body or inside the body. The harmful bacterial produce toxins that damage tissues and make an individual sick. Symptoms of bacterial infections vary depending on the organ affected.

Ceftriaxone and Sulbactam for Injection contain two generic drugs: Ceftriaxone & Sulbactam. Ceftriaxone is a cephalosporin antibiotic that has a bacterial action of killing bacteria. It functions by preventing the formation of the bacterial cell walls (which is essential for the survival of bacteria) by stopping protein synthesis. On the other hand, Sulbactam is a beta-lactamase inhibitor that inhibits the actions of beta-lactamase, which is an enzyme produced by bacteria. It can destroy antibiotics (Ceftriaxone).

An individual should take ceftriaxone sulbactam for injection exactly as prescribed by the physician for the best possible effects. Additionally, read the label provided with the medicine to know more deets about the ideal storage and official guidelines for use. Above all, you should not self-administer this injection, a healthcare professional will you this injection.

Precautions for Ceftriaxone and Sulbactam for Injection

It is not recommended to take ceftriaxone sulbactam if you are allergic to a cephalosporin antibiotic, penicillin, or its ingredients. Also, narrate your medical history to the medical experts, especially if ever had or have kidney or liver disease, diabetes mellitus, etc. Moreover, you should not abruptly stop the treatment course of this medicine without consulting with the healthcare professional.

Take These Measures:-

  • If you have an electrolyte imbalance, seizures, or gastrointestinal disease, inform your doctor before commencing treatment with this injection.
  • This medicine can cause alterations in prothrombin time, so inform the doctor and take corresponding measures before the test.
  • Ceftriaxone Sulbactam may interact with vaccines, aminoglycoside antibiotics, penicillin antibiotics, etc. No food interactions of this medicine are reported.
  • It is safe to use among pregnant or lactating women, children, and the elderly. However, consulting with the healthcare professional before using it is a must.
  • Ceftriaxone Sulbactam may cause dizziness and sleepiness. Therefore, avoid driving, working on heights, or operating any heavy machinery until you know how it affects you.

One should give consideration to these measures during the treatment course with Ceftriaxone Sulbactam. You should also inform the doctor about the response to treatment. Further, confer with the doctor for more diet & lifestyle advice to make the medicine more effective.

Most Common Side-effects

Like other medicines, Ceftriaxone Sulbactam also offers a few adverse effects. Those adverse reactions are temporary and mild to moderate. An individual doesn’t need any special medical attention for these symptoms. However, if you notice any rare side effects or persistent problems, inform the doctor promptly. Go through the below list to know the known possible side effects.

Ceftriaxone Sulbactam side-effects:-

  1. Skin rash,
  2. Diarrhea,
  3. Nausea,
  4. Vomiting,
  5. Black/tarry stools, etc.

It’s not the complete list of side-effects of Ceftriaxone Sulbactam injection. Get it from your healthcare professional.


Q. Can Ceftriaxone Sulbactam cause diarrhea?

A. It affects the helpful bacteria in the stomach or intestine that leads to diarrhea. In short, YES, the use of this medicine can cause diarrhea. If you experience diarrhea for a longer duration, inform the medic.

Q. What should I do if the medicine doesn’t work?

A. Bring it to the notice of the doctor if you don’t feel better after finishing the prescribed treatment course. In the same vein, inform the medic if your symptoms start to worsen.

Q. Can I stop treatment if I feel better?

A. Stopping the treatment course too early can result in a relapse of bacteria. In other words, you should not stop taking Ceftriaxone Sulbactam even if you feel OK.