sulfacytine

sulfacytine

 [sul″fah-si´tēn]
a short-acting, rapidly excreted oral sulfonamide used in treatment of acute urinary tract infections.
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Trisubstituted sulfa drugs include sulfadoxine (20), sulfisomidine (21), sulfadimethoxine (22), sulfamethoxine (23), sulfamethomidine (24), and sulfacytine (25) (Figure 4).
Coppridge, "Sulfacytine: a new sulfonamide, double blind comparison with sulfisoxazole in acute uncomplicated urinary tract infections," Journal of Urology, vol.