Sucralfate 1gm, Oxetacaine 20mg - Sucralfate and Oxethazaine are two medications that are combined to form Sucralfate 1gm, Oxetacaine 20mg. The drug sucralfate is used to treat ulcers. In order to speed up recovery, it covers the damaged stomach ulcer tissue and shields it from harm or acid. A local anesthetic called oxetacaine or oxethazaine has a numbing effect that quickly relieves pain from stomach ulcers or other acid-related injuries.
Sucralfate and Oxetacaine are two medicines that make sucralfate 1gm+oxetacaine 20mg. Sucralfate, a gastrointestinal protectant, forms a protective barrier or covers ulcers to prevent additional irritation of the lining of the stomach and duodenum by digestive enzymes, acids, and bile salts. It protects the ulcer from stomach acid, which helps in wound healing. In addition, oxetacaine, a local anesthetic, has a numbing effect that relieves pain from stomach ulcers or other acid-related injuries.
Sucralfate and oxytocin suspension can cause some side effects, but they often go away with time as the body gets used to them. If they don't go away, a doctor should be consulted immediately.
You should take sucralfate and oxytocin suspension after food as it will work better for you. No dose is to be skipped, and the concerned healthcare professional will determine the dosage and duration of the complete treatment. Inform the doctor about any additional medicines being taken by the patient.