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Abbott lost an appeals court case last year seeking to stop sales of Sandoz's generic version of Omnicef until a trial is held.
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Another useful choice is Omnicef, which is delicious and taken only once a day- but it's expensive, and head-to-head probably less effective than the other two.
It's difficult to explain why [a physician] treating problem otitis media should be using anything other than amoxicillin and Augmentin, or a few of the cephalosporins: Omnicef, Vantin, and Ceftin.
6 (1) Abbott's earnings for 2007 include the following after-tax items: $206 million in charges for acquisition integration; $92 million in charges for a contract termination; $75 million for fair-value loss adjustments, net of realized gains related to Boston Scientific stock; $60 million for the write-down of Omnicef inventory; $17 million for costs related to the terminated sale of the core laboratory diagnostic business; and $373 million for cost-reduction initiatives and other items.
Omnicef is a new antibiotic that's effective against group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus, the bacteria that causes strep throat.
has begun shipment of generic Omnicef in capsule form and for oral suspension.
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Block alluded to the fact that there are studies showing that once-daily Omnicef for 10 days is more effective than b.
The regulatory agency cleared the company's abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) for a 125-mg/5-L suspension, the AB-rated generic equivalent of Abbott Laboratories' Omnicef.
The cure rates for the patients who had received pneumococcal vaccination were 92% for cefdinir (115/125 patients) and 82% for amoxicillin / clavulanate (102 / 124) in clinically evaluable patients, a difference that was statistically significant in this study funded by Abbott Laboratories, maker of Omnicef.