Tor-Bac Bacteriostatic Saline Solution is used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. Also, it mainly treats infections affecting the lungs, stomach, uterus, blood, skin and urinary tract – the kidneys, bladder, ureters, or urethra. Tor-bac water injection works by stopping the bacteria from forming its cell wall, thereby making it weaker and eventually dying. This action consequently stops the growth and spread of infection. It is not effective against infections caused by viruses.
Tor-Bac for Botox Side Effects
Side effects of Tor-Bac Bacteriostatic Saline Solution are diarrhoea, headache, weakness, skin rash, and pain at the injection site. So, inform your doctor if you are allergic to penicillin antibiotics. In addition, use this medicine with caution in the kidney or liver diseased patients. Furthermore, Torbac Injection can make birth control pills less effective. So, you may have to take a different way of birth control methods to prevent unintended pregnancy.
Torbac Injection is usually given by healthcare professionals. Undoubtedly, do not self administer this medicine, as your doctor may prescribe an appropriate dose based on your type and severity of infections.
Major & minor side effects of Tor-Bac water
- Skin rash
- Itching of skin
- Pain at the injection site
- Injection site bruising and red coloration
- Nausea and also Vomiting
Uses of tor-bac saline for botox
- Urinary tract infections
- Community-Acquired Pneumonia
- Gynecological infections
- Intra-abdominal Infections
- Skin and soft tissue infections
- Bacterial infections
- Neutropenic feve and also Bacteraemia
How long does it take for this medicine to take effect?
The onset of action of Torbac Injection can be within 15-30 minutes of injection. Also, you might feel better in 3 to 5 days of treatment.
How long do the effects of this medicine last?
The duration of action of Torbac Injection lasts for 5-6 hours on an average.
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