American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for the drug ciprofloxacin.
- n. an oral antibiotic (trade name Cipro) used against serious bacterial infections of the skin or respiratory tract or urinary tract or bones or joints
“If were dropped on by, like, a crop duster, Cipro is what youll need.”
“Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.”
“This one called Cipro, and the sales at this particular pharmacy, the Zitimer (ph) Pharmacy at the upper east side have been more than brisk.”
“We're talking about one of the most popular drugs in this class of drugs known at Cipro, which is the -- people may remember that.”
“Why did the President and his cabinet start taking Cipro, which is an anti-biotic made for exposure to Anthrax two weeks before 9/11?”
“For example, now they think they can give him Cipro, which is a fluoroquinolone type of drug.”
“There have been various studies that show that doctors prescribe Cipro, which is one of the newer, better of what they call a broader antibiotic, even when they could prescribe an older one.”
“GARNER: Or die from reaction to Cipro, which is - which is a possibility.”
“WALLACE: Now, of course the secretary also urging Americans to be calm and that people should not rush to their doctors to get this antibiotic known as Cipro that it isn't effective, only - you should only take it if you are infected with anthrax.”
“She's been treated with Cipro, which is the antibiotic that is quite effective in this.”
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