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Cleocin is an antibiotic that is prescribed to treat severe infections resulted from by susceptible anaerobic bacteria, streptococci, staphylococci, pneumococci and others.
Cefaclor is designed for treatment of Otitis Media, lower RTI (Respiratory Tract Infection), Tonsillitis, Pharyngitis, UTI and other infections developed from strains of specific bacteria that are susceptible.
Amoxil is available for oral administration in form of capsules, oral suspension as well as tablets, which are suitable for treatment of RTI, infections damaging skin and its structure, streptococcus etc.
Cipro is indicated for administration in cases when the infection is resulted from susceptible isolates of particular bacteria e.g. acute cystitis, complicated urinary tract infection and others.
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Ceftin is a widely applied representative of antibiotics family and can be used in situations when adult patients or kids are infected with tonsillitis, pharyngitis etc.
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Keflex (or Cephalexin) is a cephalosporin antibiotic, which is applied for treatment of bacterial infections, like ear infections, upper respiratory infections, as well as infections of urinary tract and skin.
Furacin comes in form of solution, ointment or creams and is applied in case of burns, which got infected, as well as skin infections resulted from skin grafts.
Zyvox is also available under name of Linezolid and fights the bacteria of Gram-positive type, which cannot be cured by any other antibiotics among pediatric and adult patients.
Doxycycline is a member of antibiotics family that can be applied to treat various bacterial infections like urinary tract infection, eye infections; chlamydia, acne, gonorrhea and others.
Noroxin is also available under an alternative name - Norfloxacin. It is widely used antibiotic drug that can treat UTIs, prostatitis, gonorrhea and others.
Flagyl is an antibiotic drug taken orally, which represents the synthetic version and can be used for treatment of such infections as T. vaginalis, trichomoniasis etc.