Inbec Tablet contains Abacavir 600mg, Dolutegravir 50mg and Lamivudine 300mg. Inbec tablet is an antiviral medicine used in the treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) – 1 infection. Dolutegravir is an integrase strand transfer inhibitor. Lamivudine and Abacavir is a nucleoside analogue. This tablet combination works by reducing the viral load of HIV in your body & improves your immune system to reduces the risk of conditions associated with HIV infection.
Inbec Tablet 30s Pack Uses
Inbec tablet is used to treat adults and adolescence above the weight class 40kg only who are infected by HIV-1.
Inbec Tablet 30s Pack Benefits
Inbec tablet is used to help control HIV infection. This tablet helps to decrease the amount of HIV in your body thus your immunity works better by reducing your chance of getting HIV complications like co-infections and other cancers. Inbec tablet is not a cure for HIV infection, it improves immunity that results in longevity of life. It is recommended for use in children from 40kgs and in adults.
Inbec Tablet 30s Pack Indication
Inbec tablet is indicated in the treatment of HIV-1 infection that causes AIDS in humans. It boosts the immunity of the affected hosts and is indicated in adults and children above 40kgs. Caution is used in the case of HLA-B5701 allele carriers and hepatitis B virus.
Mechanism of action of Inbec Tablet 30s Pack
Inbec tablet combination dolutegravir is a inhibits strand transfer activity of integrase in DNA thus blocks replication of HV-1. Lamivudine is an analogue that is phosphorylated to its active forms lamivudine triphosphate that is incorporated into the nucleotide and inhibits the action of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. Abacavir is an analogue that is phosphorylated to its active forms lamivudine triphosphate that is incorporated into the nucleotide and inhibits the action of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. Thus, the active HIV molecules become inactive and further reproduction and multiplication process is stopped.
How Inbec Tablet 30s Pack works
Dolutegravir inhibits the transfer of integrase in DNA and Lamivudine and abacavir incorporates themselves into the DNA thus stops the replication of viral particles. Thereby preventing the formation of mature virus particles into infectious virions that spreads the infection.
Inbec Tablet 30s Pack Contraindication
if you are allergic to Inbec (Abacavir (600mg) + Dolutegravir (50mg) + Lamivudine (300mg)) tablet and its contents
if you are HLA-B5701 allele carrier
if you are pregnant
if you are breastfeeding
if you have kidney disease
if you have a liver disease like hepatitis B or C
if you are diabetic
if you have a bleeding disorder like haemophilia
if you have heart diseases
Inbec Tablet 30s Pack Side Effects
Very common side effects that occurs in more than 1:10 patients: headache, diarrhoea, nausea, hypersensitivity
Common side effects that occur 1:10 patients: pruritus, vomiting, abdominal pain, flatulence, insomnia, abnormal dreams, depression dizziness, tiredness, changes in LFT and increased creatine kinase, insomnia, Cough, vomiting, abdominal pain or cramps, Rash, alopecia, Arthralgia, Fatigue, malaise, fever, hypophosphataemia, asthenia, alopecia, hyperlactataemia
Uncommon side effects that occur 1:100 patients: hepatitis, suicidal thoughts and behaviours, joint and muscle pain, Neutropenia and anaemia, thrombocytopenia, hypokalaemia, proximal renal tubulopathy
Rare side effects that occur 1:1000 patients: osteonecrosis, Pure red cell aplasia, Lactic acidosis, Peripheral neuropathy, Rhabdomyolysis, pancreatitis, cardiomyopathy, convulsions, rhabdomyolysis, raise in AST and ALT levels
Very rare side effects that occur 1:10,000 patients: erythema multiform, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis, lactic acidosis, pure red cell aplasia, paresthesia
FAQs for Inbec Tablet 30s Pack
Is Inbec (Abacavir (600mg) + Dolutegravir (50mg) + Lamivudine (300mg)) tablet safe during pregnancy?
No, Inbec tablet is not safe during pregnancy. Consult your physician.
Can Inbec tablet be taken while breastfeeding?
No, in general HIV virions can pass via breastfeeding thus it is suspected that antivirals can also pass via breastfeeding.
Can Inbec tablet be taken while alcohol consumption?
The interaction is unknown but this medication causes side effects. Thus, consult your physician.
Can I take a drive or operate heavy machineries while on Inbec tablet?
This medication causes side effects thus caution is used while driving or operating machineries.
Can Inbec tablet be taken as a prophylactic to exposure?
No, Inbec tablet cannot be taken as a prophylactic.
Precautions and general warning of Inbec Tablet 30s Pack
Inbec tablet generally causes side effects thus it is advised not to be taken with alcohol. For further queries, consult your physician.
Driving or operating machinery
It is preferred to drive or operate heavy machinery with caution as Inbec tablet causes side effects. For further queries, consult your physician.
The use of Inbec tablet is not recommended during pregnancy.
The use of Inbec tablet during breastfeeding is not recommended as evidence shows less amount of the medication passes via breastfeeding to the baby that may cause adverse effect in newborn.
Renal filtration impairment and kidney stone formation – monitor function. For further queries, consult your physician.
Liver disorders and diseases like hepatitis B or C, Child-Pugh disease
Monitor liver function before and during therapy, especially in patients with other
How to Take Inbec Tablet 30s Pack
Inbec (Abacavir (600mg) + Dolutegravir (50mg) + Lamivudine (300mg)) tablet is taken with food at regular time.
Inbec tablet should not be crushed or chewed it must be swallowed.
After therapy has been initiated, do not take more or less of Inbec than prescribed or stop taking it without your physicians’ approval. Skipping or changing Inbec tablet dose without approval may cause the amount of the virus to increase making the infection more difficult to treat, or worsen side effects.
Use of Inbec Tablet 30s Pack in Adult
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding inform your physician as they are not advisable.
The recommended dosage for Inbec (Abacavir (600mg) + Dolutegravir (50mg) + Lamivudine (300mg)) tablet is one tablet taken once per day
These medicines must be taken with food on a regular time basis.
Use of Inbec Tablet 30s Pack in children
The recommended dosage of Inbec (Abacavir (600mg) + Dolutegravir (50mg) + Lamivudine (300mg)) tablet above this weight class is one tablet taken once per day.
Use of Inbec Tablet 30s Pack in Elderly Patients
Inbec (Abacavir (600mg) + Dolutegravir (50mg) + Lamivudine (300mg)) tablet has only been used in few patients 65 years or older. Dosage and usage are similar to adults. Discuss with your physician before usage.
Other general warnings
New onset diabetes mellitus or hyperglycemia – Monitor blood glucose and insulin levels. When needed add oral hypoglycemic and insulin
Blood disorders Hemophilia, hemolytic anemia
Skin reactions - It can be mild to severe like Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis.
Musculoskeletal problems - Osteonecrosis that causes joint stiffness and pain in larger joints like shoulder, hip, and knee
Accumulation or Redistribution of body fat or
Immune reconstitution syndrome.
Any sign of infection – fever or lymph node enlargement
Lactose intolerance or galactose malabsorption
Talk to your doctor if
If you have any allergy
If you have HLA-B5701 allele
If you have a blood disorder
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
Inbec (Abacavir (600mg) + Dolutegravir (50mg) + Lamivudine (300mg)) tablet is an antiviral taken orally as a prescribed dosage at the specific time regularly with food.
Drug Interaction of Inbec Tablet 30s Pack
Metabolism increased by Carbamazepine, Oxcarbazepine, Phenytoin, Phenobarbital
Metabolism decreased by Ketoconazole, Fluconazole, Itraconazole
Serum concentration increased by Clarithromycin, fluconazole, amphotericin B, Aceclofenac
Serum concentration decreased by - Hydrochlorothiazide, Isosorbide
Efficacy is decreased by - methadone
Decreased absorption caused by Magnesium/aluminum-containing antacid
Risk of cytopenia increased when combined with – Ganciclovir
St. John's wort
Inbec tablet can be safely taken with food, if doubts arise kindly refer to your physician. This tablet generally causes side effects thus it is advised not to be taken with alcohol.
Liver disorders – used with caution in severe liver diseases. Consult physician before use
Kidney disorders – used with caution in severe kidney diseases. Consult physician before use
Cardiac disorders – used with caution in heart failure and MI. Consult physician before use
Respiratory disorders – used with caution in respiratory distress. Consult physician before use
Blood disorders – used with caution in anemia and hemophilia. Consult physician before use
Contact your doctor, pharmacist or nurse immediately.
In general, if you take once a day dosage, the missed single dose of Inbec tablet can be taken within the next 12 hrs, you can take it. If it is more than 12 hrs, skip the dose and take the next dose at the recommended time. Don’t take a double dose for a forgotten dose.
Storage and Disposal
Keep the medication out of children’s reach
Keep the medication away from pets
Once expired dispose immediately
Store at 30°C
Inbec tablet reverses transcriptase and integrase inhibitor.
Inbec tablet is used to control and treat HIV infection.
Do not use this medication while pregnant or lactation period.
Don’t use this medication with liver disease and kidney diseases.
This medication doesn’t stop the spread of HIV infection from person to person thus use caution and precaution while sexual contact, needle injury, etc.
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