estolate

estolate

 [es´to-lāt]
USAN contraction for propionate lauryl sulfate.
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4 mg/ Erythromycin estolate (40 mg/ kg/d clavulanate divided into kg/d divided into 4 doses) for 2 doses) 5 days Cefuroxime ([dagger]) (30 mg/kg/d divided into Alternative treatment if penicillin 2 doses) allergy (type 1) Cefpodoxime ([dagger]) Levofloxacin ([double dagger]) (16 mg/kg/d (20 mg/kg/d once daily or divided divided into 2 doses) into 2 doses) for 5 days <2 years 7 days >2 years 5 days Failure of initial antibiotic treatment after 48-72 hours Recommended drug of choice Alternative treatment Amoxicillin-clavulanate * Ceftriaxone ([section]) (50 (90 mg/kg/d amoxicillin-6.
Furthermore, based on the results of market research we recently conducted, we plan to start to manufacture and market a number of new products including: Compound Paracetamol and Amantadine Hydrochloride (OTC drug used to fight the common cold), Danshen Tablets (prescription drug used for the treatment of coronary heart disease), Piracetam Tablets (prescription drug used for the treatment of cerebrovascular disease), Erythromycin Estolate Coated Particles (prescription drug used as anti-bacterial anti-inflammatory).
Anti peroxidation effect of Livex, an herbal formulation against erythromycin estolate induced lipid peroxidation in rats.
These Drugs May Be FDA Used in Pregnancy Category Antibiotics Penicillin B Amoxicillin B Cephalosporins B Clindamycin B Erythromycin (except for estolate form) B ANALGESICS Acetaminophen B Acetaminophen with codeine C * Codeine C * Hydrocodone C * Meperidine B Morphine B After 1st trimester for 24 to 72 hrs only Ibuprofen B Naprosyn B These Drugs May Not FDA Be Used in Pregnancy Category Antibiotics Tetracyclines ** D Erythromycin in the estolate form B Quinolones C Clarithromycin C ANALGESICS Aspirin C Category C should be used with caution (NY State Dept of Health 2006) ** Tetracycline and its derivatives are contraindicated in pregnancy Table 1.
Erythromycin estolate has been implicated in such reactions more often than other erythromycin salts, probably because it is better absorbed.
The exception is the estolate salt, which has been associated with maternal hepatotoxicity when used during the second trimester and should be avoided during pregnancy Erythromycin is excreted into breast milk and is considered compatible with breast-feeding.
I asked three of my partners if I should start erythromycin estolate, but they said pertussis was a disease of the past.