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procaine penicillin

Procaine benzylpenicillin, a depot form of penicillin, given by deep intramuscular injection, that can provide effective concentrations of the drug for up to 24 hours. Benzylpenicillin can, however, not longer be relied on to be effective against organisms formerly highly sensitive to it. The drug is on the WHO official list.
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For patients receiving 1.2 million U, 300 000 U can be given as procaine penicillin. Alternatively, dilute benzathine penicillin with 1% lidocaine.
Those with treatment failure were given clinic-based injectable procaine penicillin and gentamicin if hospital referral was declined by the family.
Parenteral therapy with Prednisolone 375 mg and a combination of Procaine penicillin 10000 I.U./kg, Benzyl penicillin 10,000 I.U./kg, and Streptomycin 11 mg/kg was administered intramuscularly and Phenyl butazone at dose rate of 4mg/kg, intravenously.
Ceftiofur administered at a dosage of 2,2 mg/kg daily for 5 days, is an equally effective treatment for postpartum dairy cows affected with metritis (rectal temperature >102,6[degrees] F, flaccid uterus and a fetid vaginal discharge) when compared with procaine penicillin G or procaine penicillin G plus intrauterine infusion of oxytetracycline (16).
The new rules include a ban on exogenous anabolic steroids within 45 days of sale, a ban on bronchodilators within 72 hours of a breeze or sale, and a blanket ban on furosemide (known as Salix or Lasix), as well as procaine penicillin and all Class 1 or 2 substances.
For example, the incidence of PDSS with olanzapine LAI is quite similar to the 0.08% rate of systemic toxic reactions per injection reported for intramuscular procaine penicillin G (Sex.
Hoigne's syndrome--an acute psychotic reaction to intramuscular procaine penicillin first reported around 1950--is characterized by psychiatric symptoms, predominantly anxiety and hallucinations, almost immediately following injection.
The drugs administered to 17 patients included chloroquine, novalgin, paraldehyde, procaine penicillin, and sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine.
A comparison of procaine penicillin with sulbactam-ampicillin in the treatment of peritonsillar abscesses.
* human-medicine antibiotics currently used in livestock and poultry food include arsanilic acid, avoparcin, bacitracin, bam bermycin, chlortetracycline, erythromycin, furazolidone, glycopeptides, lincomycin, neomycin sulfate, nitrofurazone, 3-nitro-4-hydroxy phenylarsonic acid, oleandomycin, oxytetracycline, penicillin, procaine penicillin, sodium arsanilate, streptogramin, streptomycin, sulfamethazine, sulfaquinox-aline, sulfathiazole, tetracycline, tylosin, vancomycin, and virginiamycin;
For neurosyphilis in children and adults, the CDC recommends using procaine penicillin with probenecid when intravenous penicillin cannot be obtained.
tetra is a delta or an analogue that coincides with the active substance and its concentration (in 100 mg of novobiocin sodium, 105 mg of neomycin sulfate, 100 mg of procaine penicillin, 100 mg dihydrostreptomycin sulfate and 10 mg prednisolone, and as auxiliary substances of aluminum monostearate and peanut butter.