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Milicor 10mg Injection
Salt Composition : Milrinone
Manufacturer : SAMARTH LIFE SCIENCES PVT LTD
Origin of Medicine : India
1 Vial(s) Of 10ml
Introduction to Milicor 10mg Injection
Milicor 10mg Injection is an inotropic medication containing the active ingredient Milrinone. This medication is used to treat severe congestive heart failure, a condition where the heart's ability to pump blood is suddenly compromised. It is often used when other treatments are ineffective, such as when the patient doesn't respond well to diuretics or other medications.
This drug is contraindicated in individuals with known hypersensitivity or allergy to it or its component. Individuals with certain heart conditions such as valve narrowing, thickening, blockage, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or a history of arrhythmias should use Milicor 10mg Injection with caution. If you have experienced heart problems as a result of taking water tablets (diuretics) in the past, it's important to inform your physician about all your medical conditions and medications before starting the treatment.
Milicor 10mg Injection can have an effect on your blood pressure and heart rate, and doctors must verify that these vital signs are safe. Blood pressure and pulse rate should be checked regularly. Tracking this parameter provides information about how your body reacts to the medicine. In case your blood potassium levels are low, your doctor may want to closely monitor you during treatment. They may perform blood tests to determine your potassium levels. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or trying to become pregnant,, report to your doctor before starting the treatment with this drug.
Uses of Milicor 10mg Injection
- Treatment of severe congestive heart failure
Therapeutic Effects of Milicor 10mg Injection
Milicor 10mg Injection works by relaxing and dilating the blood vessels and increasing the strength of the heart's contractions. This helps improve blood flow and reduces the workload on the heart.
Interaction of Milicor 10mg Injection with other drugs
Inform your physician about all your medicines, including prescription, over-the-counter, nutritional or vitamin supplements, and herbal products. Certain medications such as digoxin, diuretics, amlodipine, nifedipine, and felodipine may interact with Milicor 10mg Injection and reduce effectiveness by causing undesirable side effects.
More Information about Milicor 10mg Injection
- Store Milicor 10mg Injection in a cool, dry, and dark place
- Protect from light and moisture.
How to consume Milicor 10mg Injection
Milicor 10mg Injection can be administered only as an intravenous injection into a vein by your physician in a hospital setting. Your physician will decide the correct dosage and duration based on age, body weight, and disease condition.
Safety Advices for Milicor 10mg Injection
If you are pregnant, suspecting, or planning for the pregnancy, report to your doctor before starting the treatment with Milicor 10mg Injection.
If breastfeeding, consult your doctor before starting the treatment with Milicor 10mg Injection.
It is unknown whether Milicor 10mg Injection is safe for patients with lung problems. Inform your physician if you have lung disease before starting the treatment.
It is unknown whether Milicor 10mg Injection is safe for patients with liver problems. Inform your physician if you have liver disease before starting the treatment.
It is unknown whether consuming alcohol interacts with the Milicor 10mg Injection. Please consult your doctor for more advice.
It is unknown whether Milicor 10mg Injection alters driving ability. However, if you experience side effects like tiredness or drowsiness, avoid driving and using machines.
Side Effects of Milicor 10mg Injection
Side effects are unwanted symptoms caused by medicines. Even though all drugs cause side effects, not everyone gets them.
- Allergic reaction (swallowing or breathing problems, swelling of lips, face, tongue, or throat)
- Increased or fast heartbeats, feeling lightheaded, faint or shortness of breath
- Low blood pressure (feeling dizzy)
Word of Advice
If you have lost significant body fluids and are severely dehydrated, you should not receive Milicor 10mg Injection. Dehydration can impact the body's ability to process medications and can lead to further complications. Therefore, if you are severely dehydrated, it's important not to receive this drug until your fluid and electrolyte levels have been adequately restored.
Q 1. How is Milicor 10mg Injection different from other heart failure medications?
Milicor 10mg Injection works by a different mechanism compared to other commonly used heart failure medications. It directly enhances the heart's pumping ability by increasing the force of contraction, whereas other medications may work by reducing fluid buildup or improving the heart's electrical activity.
Q 2. Can Milicor 10mg Injection be taken at home?
No, Milicor 10mg Injection is administered in a hospital or clinical setting through an IV infusion. It requires close monitoring of the patient's vital signs and cardiac function.
Q 3. How long is Milicor 10mg Injection treatment usually given?
Milicor 10mg Injection treatment is usually short-term and given for a few days. It is used to stabilize a patient's condition during acute heart failure episodes or while waiting for other treatments to take effect.
Q 4. Can Milicor 10mg Injection be used in all types of heart failure?
Milicor 10mg Injection is generally used in cases of acute decompensated heart failure, particularly when there's a need for short-term improvement in cardiac function. It may not be suitable for all types of heart failure or for long-term use.
Q 5. How is Milicor 10mg Injection administered?
Milicor 10mg Injection is usually administered through an intravenous (IV) infusion. This means it's delivered directly into the bloodstream through a vein.
Fact Box of Milicor 10mg Injection
Molecule name: Milrinone
Therapeutic class: Inotropic agents
Pharmacological class: Phosphodiesterase inhibitors
Indications: Treatment of severe congestive heart failure
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- Goodman & Gilman’s, The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, Pharmacotherapy of congestive heart failure, 12th edition, 2011, 805.
- KD Tripathi, Essentials of Medical Pharmacology, Cardiac glycosides and drugs for heart failure, 7th edition, 2013, 519,525.
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