Oral infections

Also known as: Oral Infection / Oral cavity infection / Oral infection (disorder) / (Infection mouth) or (oral cellulitis and abscess NOS)

DrugDrug NameDrug Description
DB01602BacampicillinAn ampicillin prodrug used to treat various susceptible bacterial infections in the body, such as respiratory infections and skin and subcutaneous tissue infections.
DB11125BenzethoniumA medication used as to clean hands and clean minor cuts and scrapes.
DB11073CetylpyridiniumA compound used to reduce plaque and gingivitis, as well as whiten teeth.
DB00878ChlorhexidineAn antiseptic used to sterilize for surgeries and in healthcare practice, to reduce pocket depth in periodontitis, and to treat gingivitis.
DB13089EnoxoloneEnoxolone (glycyrrhetic acid) has been investigated for the basic science of Apparent Mineralocorticoid Excess (AME).
DB00620TriamcinoloneA glucocorticoid used to treat a wide variety of inflammatory conditions of organ systems and tissues.
DB08604TriclosanAn antimicrobial agent in clinical setting for disinfection, and prevention of spread and growth of bacteria, fungus, and mildew.
DB13503TyrothricinA topical antibiotic with broad spectrum activity against Gram positive bacteria and some fungal infections.
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