sulfamethazine


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Related to sulfamethazine: Sulfadimidine, sulfamethoxazole, Sulfamerazine

sul·fa·meth·a·zine

(sŭl'fă-meth'ă-zēn),
One of the components of the triple sulfonamide mixture.
Synonym(s): sulfadimidine

sulfamethazine

a sulfonamide which is rapidly absorbed from the alimentary tract, slowly excreted and minimal precipitation in renal tubules. Used as an antibacterial and coccidiostat. Available also as a soluble sodium salt for injection. Called also sulfadimidine, sulfamezathine.
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Pharmacokinetic Model for Predicting Sulfamethazine Disposition in Pigs.
Tissue Residue Depletion and Recycling of Sulfamethazine in Swine.
The FDA's own studies show that sulfamethazine causes cancer in mice and rats.
Because of the cancer risk, the FDA has said it intends to ban the use of sulfamethazine in animals.
Six veterinary pharmaceuticals--dimetridazole, metronidazole, thiamphenicol, sulfamethazine, sulfathiazole, and tylosin--were found at median concentrations of 1.
Sulfamethazine and thiamphenicol were only found in 5.
Shanghai's water source, the Huangpu River, has been deteriorated by STP and animal husbandry effluents, and it has been reported to contain sulfamethazine at a maximum level of 623 ng/L (Jiang et al.
Distribution of Total 14C Residue in Egg Yolk, Albumen, and Tissues Following Oral [14C] Sulfamethazine Administration to Hens.
Determination of sulfamethazine and its metabolites in egg albumin and yolk by HPLC.
In 13 samples, sulfamethazine was present at concentrations of up to 2.
In particular, tylosin and sulfamethazine, which occurred in 80% and 65% of the samples, respectively, are drugs with known allergic potential (Barbera and de la Cuadra 1989; Caraffini et al.
In 1981 we used sulfamethazine as an enzyme-specific substrate (6) to determine the acetylator phenotype in 83 Spanish patients (36 males, age 46.