Nexium 40 Mg
Manufacturer : AstraZeneca
Active Substance : Esomeprazole
Pack : 28 Tabs x 40 Mg.
Form : Oral
Shipping : International
Nexium belongs to the category of human grades.
Nexium 40 mg is used to treat symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease.
What is Nexium 40 mg?
Nexium contains the active substance esomeprazole and is one of the drugs known as “proton pump inhibitor” (PPI). These drugs show their effects by reducing the formation of acid in your stomach. Nexium 40 mg tablet is a light pink colored, rounded rectangular, convex on both sides, film-coated tablets, 40 mg on one side, and AEH pressure on the other.
What is Nexium 40 mg used for?
Nexium 40 mg is used to treat symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), pain, inflammation and heartburn in the esophagus due to escape of gastric juice into the esophagus, diseases such as heartburn and vomiting due to escape of gastric juice into esophagus, symptoms caused by a medicine used for pain or inflammation, such as pain or discomfort in the upper part of the stomach or abdominal cavity, ulcers, in the healing and prevention of ulcers caused by drugs used for pain and inflammation, bacterial infection with Helicobacter pylori causing ulcer, and in cases of excess acid secretion in the stomach, including hormone-producing tumors that cause excessive acid formation in the stomach.
What is in box of Nexium 40 mg?
Each package of Nexium 40 Mg contains 28 Tabs x 40 Mg.
How to use Nexium 40 mg?
The recommended dose (Erosive reflux esophagitis) in the treatment of inflammation and pain in the esophagus is Nexium 40 mg once a day. The total duration of treatment is 4 to 8 weeks, depending on the severity of the disease and your response to treatment.
The recommended dose to prevent recurrence of the disease is Nexium 40 mg once daily.
In the treatment of symptoms such as heartburn and vomiting (symptomatic treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease), the recommended treatment dose is Nexium 40 mg once a day. If symptoms do not disappear after 4 weeks, consult your doctor.