About pill imprint a PK and what is it used for:
A small Capsule-shape Orange pill with a PK written on it has been identified as Kaletra 133.3 mg / 33.3 mg which is a prescription medication used to treat nonoccupational exposure.It can also be used for hiv infection.
Kaletra pill that has the imprint a PK is made by Abbott Laboratories, and 00074-3959 is the National Drug Code (NDC) of this prescription pill.
More details as following:
What is the strength of the pill Kaletra 133.3 mg / 33.3 mg?
The strength of this pill with a PK imprint is 133.3 mg / 33.3 mg.
What color is this pill marked with a PK?
It’s Orange (The color which described your pill may not always match the Manufacturer’s color assignment).
What’s the size of it?
What are the drug classes of this pill imprint a PK?
What is the CSA Schedule of Kaletra 133.3 mg / 33.3 mg?
N – Not a controlled drug
What’s the pill in FDA Pregnancy Category
C – Risk cannot be ruled out
Kaletra also called lopinavir/ritonavir may contain inactive ingredients which may cause allergic reactions or other problems.Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to it or you have any other allergies.