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Synonyms for antibiotic

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Previous researchers have found that non-Hispanic black children were less likely than non-Hispanic white children to receive a diagnosis that justified an antibiotic and, conditional on receipt of an antibiotic, non-Hispanic black children were less likely to receive a broad-spectrum antibiotic (Gerber et al.
For the purposes of this study, broad-spectrum antibiotics were defined as quinolones, amoxicillin/clavulanate, second- and third-generation cephalosporins, as well as azithromycin and datithromycin.
All patients were treated with intravenous broad-spectrum antibiotics and humid Wed oxygen, and two-thirds received intravenous corticosteroids.
The data indicates that AzaSite is a broad-spectrum antibiotic with an enhanced killing capacity for pathogens previously resistant to azithromycin, but with a safety profile that maintains many of the same well-known benefits.
In addition to PTK 0796, Paratek is also developing a community- targeted broad-spectrum antibiotic and narrow-spectrum antibiotics to treat acne and C.
Peninsula is also developing doripenem for injection, a sterile, synthetic, broad-spectrum antibiotic and a new member of the carbapenem class of antibiotics.
Unlike many antibiotic drugs which act on biochemical targets and to which bacterial resistance readily develops, PolyMedix's antimicrobial compounds have the potential to be rapid acting broad-spectrum antibiotic drugs because they appear to work biophysically by a novel mechanism that targets and disrupts bacterial cell membranes.
ZOSYN combines Lederle's piperacillin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic, with tazobactam, a powerful beta-lactamase inhibitor.
By using the power of genetic engineering, Enhancer Technology will allow for the production of both broad-spectrum antibiotic compounds and specific compounds at a significantly lower cost than chemical synthesis methods currently available in the industry.
AzaSite contains 1% azithromycin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic.
AzaSite contains the drug azithromycin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic formulated with DuraSite(R), InSite Vision's patented drug-delivery vehicle, offering the benefit of a low-dosing regimen, attractive to both the eye-care patient and physician.
These injections are broad-spectrum antibiotics for single-dose daily administration against Gram-positive and -negative bacteria and atypical pathogens.
62% of children had at least one exposure to narrow-spectrum antibiotics and 41% to broad-spectrum antibiotics.
May help reduce the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, a leading cause of antibiotic resistance