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Amphonex 50 mg Injection is an antifungal medicine used to treat serious and potentially life-threatening infections caused by different fungal species. The liposomal form of this medicine has been shown to be less nephrotoxic than the conventional form. Incidences of infusion-related adverse reactions associated with the liposomal form are also fewer than that of the conventional form.
List of substitutes for Amphonex 50 mg Injection
Amphogard 50 mg Injection
Amphotericin B (Cipla) 50 mg Injection
Hospicin B 50 mg Injection
Alkem Laboratories Ltd.
Sporotar 50 mg Injection
Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Abbott Healthcare Pvt. Ltd
Major & minor side effects for Amphonex 50 mg Injection
Fever and chills
Decreased potassium levels
Pain at the injection site
Nausea and Vomiting
Uses of Amphonex 50 mg Injection
What is it prescribed for?
This medicine is used for the treatment of infections caused by fungi of the Aspergillus species that tend to spread quickly.
This medicine is used for the treatment of candidemia, a condition where the fungi of the Candida species are present in the blood.
This medicine is used for the treatment of fungal infections caused by Cryptococcus species.
This medicine is used to treat the development of fever in patients with neutropenia (low number of neutrophils in the blood).
This medicine is used for the treatment of fungal infections of the membranes surrounding the spinal cord and brain caused by Cryptococcus species.
This medicine is used for the treatment of Leishmaniasis, a parasite infection caused by the Leishmania species.