cephalexin

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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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Eleven test tubes with saline solution were prepared in duplicate, and the six antibiotics previously selected in the disk diffusion sensitivity test were added: cefaclor, vancomycin, nalidixic acid, cefalotin, chloramphenicol, and cefalexin.
2]O, salicylic acid, and cefalexin, have been reported to be at the high end of the values reported globally (Jiang et al.
Ceftriaxone was the leading prescribed drug in inpatients, because of broad spectrum of activity followed by amoxicillin, cefalexin and cefixime which are preferable choice for RTIs.
coli were submitted to the diffusion standard test with disks (7), utilizing 12 antibiotics: cefalexin (30[micro]g), gentamicin (10[micro]g), enrofloxacin (5[micro]g), norfloxacin (10[micro]g), doxiciclin (30[micro]g), florfenicol (30[micro]g), cloranfenicol (30[micro]g), neomycin (30[micro]g), amoxicillin (10[micro]g), tetraciclin (30[micro]g), ampicillin (10[micro]g) and penicillin (10[micro]g).
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.
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).
Antibiotics, including Vancomycin, Cefazolin, Amoxicillin, Trimethoprimsulfamethoxazole, Cefalexin, and Penicillin are listed as resulting in patient visits to emergency rooms or in adverse events in acute care.
The conventional production of cefalexin, an antibiotic, takes six chemical steps, for example.