Raltegravir 400 mg, 600 mg tablets

  • Medicine- Zepdon  
  • API- Raltegravir
  • Packaging- 60 Tablets
  • Strength- 400 mg, 600 mg
  • Manufactured by- Cipla Ltd.
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Patients with HIV-1 infection are advised to use the HIV-1 antiviral medication raltegravir, which is an inhibitor of the integrase strand transfer of the human immunodeficiency virus.

Dosage and Side Effects

Raltegravir should be taken orally once day at a dose of 1200 mg (2* 600 mg) or 400 mg twice a day. Do not shatter or crush the tablet; instead, swallow it whole. The right dosage for raltegravir should be discussed with a doctor prior to administration.

The most frequent adverse effects of Raltegravir pills include fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, and sleeplessness.

Warning and Precautions

  • If indications or symptoms of severe skin responses or hypersensitivity reactions appear, stop taking the medication Raltegravir right away.

  • There have been cases of people on combination antiretroviral therapy, such as Raltegravir, developing immune reconstitution syndrome.

  • Patients whose immune systems respond to sluggish treatment may experience an inflammatory reaction during the initial stages of combined antiretroviral therapy.

  • Before using Raltegravir tablets, inform the physician if you have elevated blood creatine kinase levels, myopathy, rhabdomyolysis, or liver issues.


Which medications should not be used along with Raltegravir?

Combining Raltegravir with drugs that inhibit UGT1A1 might elevate Raltegravir levels in the bloodstream. Conversely, pairing Raltegravir with drugs that induce UGT1A1, such as rifampin, may decrease Raltegravir levels.

What is the mechanism of action of Raltegravir?

Raltegravir functions by impeding the catalytic function of HIV-1 integrase, an enzyme encoded by HIV-1 that is essential for viral replication.

Where can I purchase Raltegravir 400 mg?

Raltegravir is available through authorized wholesalers upon presentation of a valid prescription from a qualified physician. It’s important to verify the credentials of the wholesaler, supplier, or exporter before purchasing the product.

Before importing medications, it’s crucial to be aware of the prevailing laws and regulations in your home country regarding such acquisitions.