Both ORBIT-3 and ORBIT-4 presented uncertainties related to the long-term use of cipro
In return, Barr agreed not to market generic Cipro
before Bayer's patent expired.
Caprice said she was now taking alternative drugs instead of Cipro
. She showed them to the court and when she struggled to read the labels, she said: "I'm having a blonde moment, I guess."
The proportion of Campylobacter infections that are resistant to Cipro
and other drugs in its class has increased significantly--to 21 percent, according to a 2002 study--since the use of Baytril in poultry was approved in the United States.
Are amoxicillin-clavulanate (Augmentin) and ciprofloxacin (Cipro
) equivalent as a 3-day treatment for uncomplicated cystitis in women?
Antineoplastics, such as Arimidex and tamoxifen, and even certain antibiotics, such as Bactrim, Flagyl, and Cipro
, can induce depression or depressive-like symptoms.
85 percent of all pharmaceuticals (including the antibiotic Cipro
, used to treat anthrax), flak jackets, military and police helmets, bullet resistant glass, alloys unused in aircraft and missiles, and more.
Fluoroquinolones, the class of antibiotics that includes the anthrax-fighting drug Cipro
, actually trigger the activity of phage genes--and thus can increase production of Shiga toxin, notes Waldor.
We both know she's not good in a crisis; but that's OK, because I'm the type who's had a flashlight, Cipro
, and a National Guard-issued P100 toxic dust mask on hand for more than a year.
Fluoroquinolones, powerful drugs similar to the Cipro
handed out during the anthrax scare in Washington, are far more stringently prescribed for animals than humans.
filed a new drug application for Cipro
XR with the Food and Drug Administration in March 2002.
Growing concern about this common industry practice, which may reduce the effectiveness of life-saving human drugs like Cipro
, also led Tyson Foods, Perdue, and Foster Farms to announce in February that they have eliminated or reduced the amount of antibiotics routinely fed to healthy chickens.