What is Clarac used for?
Clarac is used for respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and peptic ulcer. It is also used to prevent a specific bacterial infection associated with HIV infection.
How much to take Clarac?
The dose of Clarac depends on the infection to be treated. For respiratory tract infections and skin infections: One 250 mg tablet twice a day. For more severe infections: Two 250 mg tablet twice a day.
How to take Clarac?
Clarac tablets are to be consumed orally by swallowing the pills as whole with a glass of water.
How long to take it?
If you are being treated for an infection, Clarac is usually taken for one or two weeks. Do not stop taking the medicine even if you feel better after a few days, unless advised by your doctor.
What things are to be avoided while being treated with Clarac?
Avoid using Clarac to treat any other complaints unless your doctor says so. Do not give the pill to anyone else, even if their symptoms seem similar to yours.