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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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I swore after this last bout of illness that I would not subject Mother to Rocephin injections or Flagyl again.
Forty-eight hours into her IV Rocephin treatment, Emma remained fussy, continued to spike fevers of over 102 degrees and refused to eat or drink.
The contraindications, warnings, precautions, adverse reactions, and dosage and administration sections of the Rocephin label have been updated to reflect these revised recommendations.
I used to drink from a Monistat mug, I wrote with a Rocephin pen, I did all of these things.
The company, in a heady mix of haste and arrogance, planned to give 100 deathly ill Nigerian children experimental Trovan either orally or by injection, and compare their outcomes to 100 others given shots of competitor Roche's FDA-approved Rocephin.
Roche has begun a partnership with Henry Ford Health System (HFMS) (a vertically-integrated managed care system) that commits HFHS to identify, utilizing a drug-utilization review system, those physicians who inappropriately utilize the brand-name drug Rocephin twice daily versus the appropriate, cost-effective use of once daily administration.
The treatments consisted of various detoxification, immune boosting, and antimicrobial therapies such as IV infusions of vitamin C, glutathione, EDTA, selenium, L-carnitine, magnesium, calcium, ozone, laser therapy, and the antibiotic Rocephin.
9%, 1000 ml q8h, and antibiotics were initiated to include Rocephin (ceftriaxone) of 2 g q12h and Flagyl (metronidazole) of 500 mg q6h.
The original formulation is Rocephin (ROC) (Hoffman-La Roche, Basel Switzerland).
Rocephin inhibits bacterial growth by binding to one or more penicillin-binding proteins.
Ceftriaxone injection USP, 1 gram/ Rocephin injection
Little left the room and instructed a nurse to administer an injection of Rocephin.
A comparison of the pharmacokinetics of Aspen Ceftriaxone and Rocephin in community-acquired meningitis
Also the price of the IV antibiotic, at least the price of Rocephin, has come way down.
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.