Macrolides, Lincosamides and Streptogramins
- Macrolides, Lincosamides and Streptogramins
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Drug Drug Description Roxithromycin An antibiotic used to treat a variety of susceptible bacterial infections. Dirithromycin An antibiotic used to treat a variety of respiratory, skin, and other infections. Telithromycin An ketolide used to treat community acquired pneumonia of mild to moderate severity. Josamycin A macrolide antibiotic used for the treatment of various susceptible bacterial infections. Lincomycin An antibiotic indicated only for the treatment of serious infections and is typically reserved for use in cases of penicillin allergy or where penicillin is inappropriate. Troleandomycin For the treatment of bacterial infection. Miocamycin Miocamycin is a macrolide type antimicrobial . This drug may be marketed in Japan for clinical use as it is listed in the Japanese pharmacopeia . It has shown to... Flurithromycin Not Annotated Rokitamycin Not Annotated Midecamycin A macrolide antibiotic used to treat a variety of infections caused by susceptible bacteria. Pristinamycin Not Annotated Erythromycin A macrolide antibiotic used to treat and prevent a variety of bacterial infections. Azithromycin A macrolide antibiotic used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. Clindamycin A lincosamide antibiotic used to treat serious infections caused by susceptible anaerobic, streptococcal, staphylococcal, and pneumococcal bacteria. Clarithromycin A macrolide antibiotic used for the treatment of a wide variety of bacterial infections such as acute otitis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, respiratory tract infections, uncomplicated skin infections, and helicobacter pylori infection. Spiramycin A macrolide antimicrobial agent used in the treatment of various bacterial infections. Oleandomycin Oleandomycin is a macrolide antibiotic, though it is less effective than erythromycin. It is synthesized from strains of Streptomyces antibioticus. Solithromycin Investigated for the treatment of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP).
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