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Synonyms for Rocephin

a parenteral cephalosporin (trade name Rocephin) used for severe infection of the lungs or throat or ears or urinary tract

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He was discharged on Coumadin (warfarin) and antibiotics for 6 weeks to include Rocephin (ceftriaxone) IV of 1 g and Flagyl (metronidazole) of 500 mg for 2 weeks and then changed to Augmentin (amoxicillin/clavulanic acid) of 875-125 mg for 4 weeks.
Demographic characteristics of subjects Aspen Ceftriaxone (N=31) Rocephin (N=32) Age (years), mean 36.
Gordon: We discovered that Rocephin doesn't only kill pathogens, it also changes the glutamate ratios in the brain.
I swore after this last bout of illness that I would not subject Mother to Rocephin injections or Flagyl again.
The Connecticut Supreme Court decided that "the defendant's conduct in administering Rocephin to the decedent and subsequently refusing to treat or to readmit the decedent does not meet the high threshold of egregiousness necessary to fall within the gross negligence exception" (Boone v.
Rocephin inhibits bacterial growth by binding to one or more penicillin-binding proteins.
Little left the room and instructed a nurse to administer an injection of Rocephin.
To our knowledge, the only microbiological comparison of a generic product with Rocephin was done by Liebowitz and Slabbert in 2005.
I was given one dose of IV Rocephin because of the possibility of Lyme, but that was not continued.
As Product Director at Roche he was responsible for strategic/tactical planning, business development, marketing and promotional activities for the diversified product portfolio which was comprised of 16 different brands including Xenical, Rocephin and Accutane.
Over the course of three years, he received intravenous antibiotics that included Rocephin, Merrem, Zithromax, Plaquenil, Claforan, Amoxycillin, Doxycyclin, and supportive nutritional supplements.
In another instance, second-generation cephalosporin antibiotics on the state's approved list include Cefaclor, Cefaclor ER, Ceftin, Cefril, Ceptaz, and Rocephin, while Cedor CD, Ceclor, Cefotan, and Lorabid must receive prior authorization.
Accupril - Agrylin - Axid - Biaxin - Celexa - Cipro - Difl ucan - Duragesic - Effexor - Flonase - Floxin/Occufl ox - Glucophage XR - Glucotrol XL - Glucovance - Lotensin - Metaglip - Mobic - Monopril - Novantrone - Paraplatin - Paxil - Pravachol - Proscar - Retrovir - Rocephin - Romazicon - Tambocor - Ultram - Zaditor - Zestril/Prinivil - Zithromax - Zocor - Zofran - Zoloft
We are particularly pleased that Bob is joining our Board, especially in light of his past responsibility of developing and launching several antiviral and anti-bacterial drugs including Rocephin (ceftriaxone) and Tamiflu (oseltamivir) while he was at Roche and Levaquin (levofloxacin) while he was at Johnson & Johnson.
Second-generation cephalosporin antibiotics on the approved list include Cefaclor, Cefaclor ER, Ceftin, Cefzil, Ceptaz, and Rocephin, while Ceclor CD, Cedar, Cefotan, and Lorabid must receive authorization.