cephapirin

cephapirin

 [sef″ah-pi´rin]
a semisynthetic first-generation cephalosporinantibiotic effective against a wide variety of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria; used as the sodium salt.
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Clinical mastitis is conventionally treated by intramammary infusion of antimicrobial compounds such as cephapirin, pirlimycin and amoxilin.
Lefebvre, "Effectiveness of intrauterine treatment with cephapirin in dairy cows with purulent vaginal discharge," Theriogenology, vol.
The effect of a single administration of cephapirin or cloprostenol on the reproductive performance of dairy cows with subclinical endometritis.
The uterus was infused and flushed with 5 liters of Normal saline and 19 g of Cephapirin benzathineb intra uterine suspension was infused in the uterus.
Voyksner, "Determination of penicillin G, ampicillin, amoxicillin, cloxacillin and cephapirin by high-performance liquid chromatography--electrospray mass spectrometry," Journal of Chromatography, vol.
The 2012 order allows some exceptions such as no limits on the use of cephapirin, an older drug not believed by FDA officials to contribute significantly to antimicrobial resistance.
Experiments were performed to determine the adsorption of cephapirin (a widely-used veterinary antibiotic) on various size sands, kaolinite clay and native iron filings of various grain sizes.
Determination of penicillin G, ampicillin, amoxicillin, cloxacilin and cephapirin by high-performance liquid chromatography-electrospray mass spectrometry.
Limited-spectrum cephalosporins, including cefazolin and cephapirin, are "excellent" against anaerobic streptococci and group B streptococci, making them inexpensive options for treating mastitis.
The method uses a gold electrode to detect the sulfur atoms of antibiotics such as ampicillin and cephapirin. The electrode quickly gets contaminated, so each second, a pulse of current must clean it off, preparing it for the next measurement.
Cefazolin, cephacetrile and cephapirin. In: The use of antibiotics.