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AZIAzithromycin (antibiotic)
AZIAssociation Zen Internationale (France)
AZIAtlas des Zones Inondables
AZIArizona Instrument LLC (Chandler, AZ)
AZIAvstrijski Znanstveni Institut (Slovenian: Austrian Scientific Institute; Slovena and Bulgaria)
AZIAnterior Zonular Insertion (ophthalmology)
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I think the big finding from the study was that both drugs still work quite well, and I think it puts to rest a lot of the concerns about azithromycin for urogenital chlamydia," said Dr.
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pulse types with decreased azithromycin susceptibility was locally acquired by 9 patients (mean age 45 years, range 29-55 years) (Tables 1, 2).
Treatment with either of the standard doxycycline or azithromycin regimens failed about half the time, Dr.
The researchers took many steps in this large, observational, population-based study to rule out other reasons for the increase in cardiovascular deaths in patients taking azithromycin.
Birds in group 1 received azithromycin (Zithromax oral suspension, 100 mg per 5 mL, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, New York, NY, USA) at 40 mg/kg PO q48h for 21 days, group 2 received doxycycline (Vibramycin calcium, doxycycline suspension, 50 mg per 5 mL, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals) at 35 mg/kg PO q24h for 21 days, and group 3 received doxycycline at 35 mg/kg PO q24h for 45 days.
sesquihydrate rather than the azithromycin monohydrate that they claim in
The recommended regimen for pregnant women is erythromycin or amoxicillin for seven days, yet azithromycin as a single dose is also a possible option and recent studies and expert opinions suggest it is safe and effective.
Patient-delivered partner treatment with azithromycin to prevent repeated Chlamydia trachomatis infection among women: a randomized, controlled trial, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2003, 30(1):49-56.
We have become aware of an apparent national campaign by Pfizer, the maker of the macrolide drug azithromycin (known as Zithromax) to counter the CDC guidelines, evidently by encouraging physicians and other primary caregivers of children to listen to inaccurate presentations by teleconference," Public Citizen's Dr.
Comprehensive testing and improvement on quality, purity, stereochemistry, stability in compliance with the international standards of Azithromycin API have been conducted at JCM for the past year to develop sales network with both domestic and international buyers.
When compared with azithromycin, coprescription with clarithromycin or erythromycin was associated with an overall higher risk for the primary outcome of hospitalization with rhabdomyolysis within 30 days of the prescription and for the secondary outcome of all-cause mortality.