Dexrabeprazole Sodium - Indications, Dosage, Side Effects and Precautions


Information about Dexrabeprazole Sodium

Generic Name : Dexrabeprazole Sodium
Up-to-date prescription details regarding Dexrabeprazole Sodium are provided here.

Understand it's uses, recommended dosages, its indications, how to take, when to take, when not to take, side effects, special precautions, warnings and its and its storage instructions.
You will also find a list of the medication's International and Indian brand or trade names, as well as its pricing information. For verification of the information presented on this page or for additional clarifications, it's advisable to consult your doctor.

ICD Code : Y53.1 Therapeutic Classification : Antacids, Antiulcerants

Trade Names/Brand Names of Dexrabeprazole Sodium

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Why is Dexrabeprazole Sodium Prescribed? (Indications)

This medication is prescribed for gastro-esophageal reflux disease, gastric and duodenal ulcers.

When should Dexrabeprazole Sodium not be taken? (Contraindications)


What is the dosage of Dexrabeprazole Sodium?

Adults- 10 mg once daily for 4-8 weeks depending upon condition and response.
Maintenance – 5 -10 mg once daily.

How should Dexrabeprazole Sodium be taken?

It comes as a tablet to take by mouth, with or without food.

What are the warnings and precautions for Dexrabeprazole Sodium?

•Caution needed for pregnant and breastfeeding women.

What are the side effects of Dexrabeprazole Sodium?

Gastrointestinal- Nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea and gas.

What are the other precautions for Dexrabeprazole Sodium?

• Do not take extra dose.
• Consult a gastroenterologist if the gastric pain does not subside even after 14 days of treatment.
• Seek medical attention in case of overdose

What are the Drug Interactions of Dexrabeprazole Sodium?

Dexrabeprazole sodium can interact with the following drugs when taken together.
• Warfarin
• Ketoconazole
• Ampicillin
• Azatanavir
• Digoxin

What are the storage conditions for Dexrabeprazole Sodium?

Store it at room temperature.
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