Diflucan represents a new type of synthetic version of triazole. It belongs to antifungal agents and comes in a tablet form as well as powder, which is used for oral suspension.
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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.
Maxaquin is a powerful antibiotic drug with a chemical formula of lomefloxacin hydrochloride, which is suitable for cases, when patients are infected bacteria, which exhibit susceptibility.
Zithromax belongs to macrolide antibacterial medications, treats moderate to mild infections resulted from susceptible strains of certain bacteria.
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Minomycin can be used in cases when patient is allergic to penicillin and treats such bacterial infections as UTI, RTI, infections affecting skin, brucellosis, cholera and others.
The range of infections that can be treated with antibiotic named Suprax covers otitis media, pneumonia, UTIs, strep throat, Lyme disease, 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.
Macrobid is a highly effective antibiotic medicine that acts on bacteria by inhibiting the synthesis in cell walls and killing the infection.
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.
Zagam (also known as Sparfloxacin) is applicable for adults over 18 years old, who are diagnosed with bacterial infections, which have resulted from susceptible strains of the specific microorganisms.
Omnicef is an antibiotic medication, which can be used for patients, who suffer from mild - moderate infections, which have appeared from the activity of susceptible bacteria strains.
The antibiotic named Minocin is applicable to treat bacterial infections, such as typhus fever, Q fever, tick fever, RTIs, trachoma conjunctivitis, cholera and many others.