trovafloxacin

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trovafloxacin

 [tro″vah-flok´sah-sin]
an antibacterial effective against a broad spectrum of gram-positive and gram-negative organisms; administered orally as the mesylate salt in the treatment of serious infections.

trovafloxacin

/tro·va·flox·a·cin/ (tro″vah-flok´sah-sin) an antibacterial effective against a broad spectrum of gram-positive and gram-negative organisms; used as the mesylate salt.

trovafloxacin

[tro′vah-flok′sah-sin]
an antibacterial effective against a broad spectrum of gram-positive and gram-negative organisms. It is administered orally as the mesylate salt in the treatment of serious infections.

trovafloxacin

a fluoroquinolone antibiotic with activity against anaerobic bacteria.
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In 1996, during a major meningitis epidemic in northern Nigeria, the drug company Pfizer supplied doctors with the oral antibiotic Trovan, which was being tested against another drug, ceftriaxone.
L'anonimo si caratterizza infatti, fin dalla sua apparizione nel primo capitolo, per una volontaria reticenza su alcuni dati del racconto: <<Il nome di questa, ne il casato del personaggio, non si trovan nel manoscritto, ne a questo luogo ne altrove>> (PS I 9).
12) A meningitis epidemic in Nigeria in 1996 prompted Pfizer to send a team of doctors there to the city of Kano in order to further test a new drug called Trovan.
orally-administered Trovan, a projected blockbuster antibiotic that had
Approximately 200 children were recruited to serve as subjects for the research protocol testing Trovan (Abdullahi v.
The claimants are the families of children whose cases of meningitis were treated with Trovan, an experimental Pfizer drug, without parental consent.
Barranco Nuestros detalles son ciertos con frases monumentales, entre los trovos revueltos, pues trovan dos sementales con un par de burros muertos.
Pfizer carried out medical trials in Kano in 1996, when about 200 children were tested with an antibiotic called Trovan, which was supposed to treat meningitis.
Most notable among them is a 1996 Nigerian trial of the antibiotic Trovan, which resulted in the deaths of 11 children.
At first capture, a passive-induced transponder (ID 100; Trovan, Hessle, UK) was implanted subcutaneously into each animal.
9) He described the drug Trovan as an ideal example of such integration.