co-amoxiclav


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co-amoxiclav

(kō-ă-moks'i-klav),
The antibiotic mixture of amoxicillin and clavulanic acid, chiefly U.K. usage.
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of Cases (n=50) Percentage (%) Co-amoxiclav 45 90 Cefixime 47 94 Azithromycin 48 96 Ofloxacin 4 8 Ceftriaxone 48 96 Cefepime 48 96 Meropenem 49 98 Aminoglycosides 2 4 Nalidixic Acid 0 0 Table 11.
Our patient was treated with co-amoxiclav, metronidazole, clindamycin, azithromycin, and ceftazidime, although his blood culture later showed resistance to metronidazole and penicillin.
CLSI disc diffusion method Antimicrobial (interpretation) Ampicillin R Chloramphenicol R Ciprofloxacin R Cotrimoxazole R Co-amoxiclav R Cefotaxime R Cefixime R Cefepime R Aztreonam R Imipenem S Meropenem S Ertapenem S Amikacin S Netilmicin S R, resistance; S, susceptible.
Oral antibiotic prescribed was co-amoxiclav, vasoconstrictive nasal spray used was Xylometazoline and local antibiotic ointment prescribed was fucidic acid ointment.
In a non-inferiority trial, Montini et al randomized 338 children (234 female and 104 male, age two months to seven years) after a first episode of febrile UTI to either CAP (co-trimoxazole or co-amoxiclav) or no CAP for 12 months.
Fusidic acid was changed to oral Co-amoxiclav 500/125 mg tid and the patient continued on atorvastatin and oral moxifloxacin 400 mg daily.
General anaesthesia was induced alongside prophylactic intravenous Co-amoxiclav (1.2 grams) followed by a urinary catheter.
Antibiotics used for sensitivity were co-amoxiclav, ciprofloxacin, pipemedic acid and co-trimoxazole.
A prospective study in 2008, conducted in the medical wards of a tertiary care hospital in Malaysia, found that co-amoxiclav, erythromycin, cefuroxime, and ceftriaxone, and ampicillin with sulbactam were the most commonly used antimicrobial agents.
Moderate levels of resistance were seen to piperacillin-tazobactam (21%), ciprofloxacin (30%), gentamicin (35%) co-amoxiclav (49%) and the 3rd-generation cephalosporins cefotaxime and ceftazidime (49% and 44%, respectively).
For lactational infections co-amoxiclav is the drug of choice as it will cover most bacterial infections as well as anaerobes.