cephalexin

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  • noun

Synonyms for cephalexin

an oral cephalosporin (trade names Keflex and Keflin and Keftab) commonly prescribe for mild to moderately severe infections of the skin or ears or throat or lungs or urinary tract

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Common antibiotics used to treat urinary tract infections include Trimethoprim, Cefalexin, Augmentin and Nitrofurantoin.
The medicines included Chinese versions of Cefradine capsules, Amoxicillyn capsules, Azhithromycin Dispersible tablets, Cefalexin tablets, Ofloxacin tablets, and several other health supplements.
Two new antibiotic products, Ceftazidime and Cefalexin, have been successfully launched into the Chinese market.
section]) Antimicrobial drugs (breakpoint final concentrations): S, streptomycin (16 mg/L); Su, sulfonamide (64 mg/L); T, tetracycline (8 mg/L); Cf, cefuroxime (16 mg/L); C, chloramphenicol (8 mg/L); Sp, spectinomycin (64 mg/L); Tm, trimethoprim (2 mg/L); A, ampicillin (8 mg/L]; G, gentamicin (4 mg/L); Ne, neomycin (8 mg/L) K, kanamycin (8 mg/L); Ak, amikacin (4 mg/L); Cx, cefalexin (16 mg/L); Cr, cefradine (16 mg/L); Cn, ceftriaxone (1 mg/L); Ct, cefotaxime (I m,-/L); Fu, furazolidone (8 mg/L); Nx, nalidixic acid (16 m,-/L).
If an additional infectious process is suspected, due to the slow evolution of the dermonecrotic process, this makes it inclined to Gram positive microorganisms (streptococci and staphylococci) attraction, considering the use of cloxacylin, flucloxacylin, cefalexin, oral penicillin or clindamycin necessary.