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sulfisoxazole

 [sul″fĭ-sok´sah-zōl]
a short-acting sulfonamide antibacterial; used as the base or as sulfisoxazole acetyl particularly for infections of the urinary tract and as sulfisoxazole diolamine as a topical ophthalmic antibacterial.

sulfisoxazole

/sul·fi·sox·a·zole/ (sul″fĭ-sok´sah-zōl) a short-acting sulfonamide antibacterial, used particularly as the base or s. acetyl for infections of the urinary tract and as s. diolamine as a topical ophthalmic antibacterial.

sulfiSOXAZOLE

[sul′fisok′səzōl]
a sulfonamide antibiotic.
indications It is prescribed in the treatment of conjunctivitis and urinary tract infections, including vaginitis, cystitis, and pyelonephritis.
contraindications Porphyria, urinary tract obstruction, or known hypersensitivity to this drug or to sulfonamide medications prohibits its use. It is not given during the last trimester of pregnancy or to children less than 2 months of age.
adverse effects Among the more serious adverse effects are crystalluria, blood dyscrasias, and severe hypersensitivity reactions.

sulfisoxazole

Gantrisin® Pharmacology A sulfonamide used primarily to treat UTIs

sulfisoxazole (sul´fəsok´səzōl´),

n brand name: Gantrisin;
drug class: sulfonamide, short-acting; antiinfective;
action: interferes with bacterial biosynthesis of proteins by competitive antagonism of paraaminoben-zoic acid (PABA);
uses: treatment of urinary tract, systemic infections; chancroid; trachoma; toxoplasmosis, acute otitis media; lymphogranuloma venereum; eye infections.

sulfisoxazole

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0 mg/L), and resistance to furazolidone, nalidixic acid, sulfisoxazole, streptomycin, and trimethoprim/ sulfamethoxazole.
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double dagger]) Sulfamethoxazole was used during 1999-2003 and sulfisoxazole since 2004 to represent sulfonamides.
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