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Synonyms for Cipro

an oral antibiotic (trade name Cipro) used against serious bacterial infections of the skin or respiratory tract or urinary tract or bones or joints

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Cipro said the pilot program will save cities and towns money, because applicants will be ready immediately to join police departments with complete training in Worcester and in the military.
In the Cipro case, they felt bound by Tamoxifen," says Crowell & Moring Partner Daniel Edelman.
A: Most doctors could figure out how to treat a patient with a urinary tract infection that was resistant to both Bactrim and Cipro.
Why did Bayer fail to make a generous gesture and offer short-term emergency supplies of Cipro for free?
About the same time that the Cipro was being doled out, the New England Journal of Medicine published three studies confirming that the routine use of antibiotics in agriculture also encourages the growth of drug-resistant bacteria.
General for their Cipro, it was fortunate that most weren't actually sick.
While Cipro has been stockpiled by some, it could cause more harm than good if taken without an anthrax exposure.
Radguard, a provider of e-business enabling secure VPN solutions, has renamed products in its cIPro family of VPN and network security solutions.
As far as Slavia coach Frantisek Cipro is concerned, however, he reckons there is no way back for his side after being scared to death by an intimidating Elland Road cauldron.
adviser to travelers throughout the world: "Assemble a medical kit for a dancer of any age that includes one-, three-, and five-inch tapes; Ace Bandages with metal clamps or in self-adhesive form; an over-the-counter medicine such as Tylenol or Advil (to be used sparingly, if at all), or an acetaminophen product if you are a nonaspirin user; an analgesic balm such as Kiehl's Body Rub; an antidiarrheal medication such as Kaopectate or Pepto-Bismol; Bacitracin, for minor cuts, burns, and scrapes; small scissors and tweezers; an antibiotic, such as Cipro or Neosporin; and a decongestant for allergies.
Slavia Prague coach Frantisek Cipro made his startling outburst as United prepared to face Rapid Vienna in a European Champions' League clash they have to win.
The 24-year-old Czech has been the sensation of Euro 96 and Slavia Prague boss Frantisek Cipro is quoted as saying: "We have had interest from several clubs in Italy and England but Liverpool are the only ones to make a firm bid.
and Rosemary (Finnegan) Cipro and lived here all her life.
violated antitrust and consumer protection laws by agreeing not to compete with each other, and by keeping lower-cost generic versions of Cipro off the market.
The suit had been filed by purchasers of Cipro and advocacy groups like Local 1199 National Benefit Fund for Health and Human Services Employees.