Active Ingredients: Norfloxacin
Most clinical research associates and many other pharmaceutical industry professionals have an educational background in the life sciences or health sciences, but simply listing your degree is not enough to put you ahead of the pack.
Keeping the clinical context in mind, you should draw attention to any of your educational experiences that had specific relevance to human health and medicine. For example, you might write: B.
Biology, Central Anystate University. Do include your GPA if you did well 3. Again, draw out the coursework and the aspects of your research that are relevant to clinical studies, and de-emphasize the rest. Likewise, a series of publications on genetic pathways is very impressive, but unless they are related to human disease you should save them for a different resume.
Along with their useful effects, most medicines can cause unwanted side-effects although not everyone experiences them. The table below contains some of the most common ones associated with norfloxacin. You will find a full list in the manufacturer's information leaflet supplied with your medicine.
The unwanted effects often improve as your body adjusts to the new medicine, but speak with your doctor or pharmacist if any of the following continue or become troublesome.
Common norfloxacin side-effects What can I do if I experience this?
Feeling sick nausea or being sick vomiting, indigestion, tummy abdominal pain Stick to simple foods - avoid rich or spicy meals Diarrhoea Drink plenty of water to replace lost fluids.
If the diarrhoea is severe or continues to be a problem, speak with your pharmacist or doctor for advice Headache Drink plenty of water and ask your pharmacist to recommend a suitable painkiller.
If the headaches continue, let your doctor know Feeling dizzy Do not drive and do not use tools or machines until you feel well again Rash If this is severe, let your doctor know Important: there are also a number of less common but more serious side-effects which have been associated with norfloxacin.
Speak with your doctor as soon as possible if you experience the following: An allergic-type reaction, such as swelling around your face or mouth, a skin rash, or any difficulty breathing.
Pain or swelling in your joints. Problems with your vision or with your eyes. How to store norfloxacin Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat and light. Important information about all medicines Never take more than the prescribed dose.
Allergic reactions can, very rarely, be life-threatening.
Achilles tendon. Inflammation of the liver with jaundice yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes commonly occurs.
Stop treatment and contact your doctor if you experience signs and symptoms of liver problems such as loss of appetite, jaundice, dark urine, itching or sensitivity to pressure in the abdominal cavity. If you develop the rare side effect of severe and persistent diarrhoea whilst you are taking your tablets or after stopping your tablets you should consult your doctor.
In rare cases seizures occur.