thienamycin


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thi·en·a·my·cin

(thī'en-ă-mī'sin),
The first member of a family of des-thia-carbapenem nucleus antibiotics having a thioethylamine side chain on the enamine portion of the fused 5-membered ring.

thienamycin

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These are the beta lactam antibiotics, derived from Thienamycin produced by Streptomyces cattleya.
for 8 days, cefepime (Maxipim) 1g + amikacin (Amiklin) 500 mg for 9 days and thienamycin (Tienam) 500 mg flacon i.
Imipenem (N-formimidiyl thienamycin), a carbapenem, is a semisynthetic derivative of thienamycin produced by Streptomyces cattleya.