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Synonyms for ciprofloxacin

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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But the court heard that no-one wrote a prescription for Trimethoprym on the first night and although the Ciproxin was prescribed on the second night, it was never administered.
As described above, the test formulation was 250-mg tablets of Quinox (batch # 5002): the reference formulation was 250-mg tablets Ciproxin (batch # IT401DU).
Along with a type I thyroplasty for right-sided vocal palsy, and a myringotomy with ventilation tube insertion for middle ear effusion, the patient was administered oral ciproxin.
He is treated with Ciproxin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic.
Nine experts at the John Innes Research Centre in Norwich, Norfolk, are studying the way the antibiotic Ciproxin, used to treat the disease in the US, kills the germ by interfering with its DNA.
Under the market name of Ciproxin, it entered use as a general antibiotic, and Bayer were keen to extend its use to surgery.
Major Product: Ciproxin, Incidal Glucobay and Adalat Tablets, Canesten, Baycuten Ointment Creams and Incidal liquid.