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- n. A broad-spectrum antibiotic derived from an actinomycete of the genus Micromonospora, used in its sulfate form to treat various infections.
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- n. A glycoside antibiotic, derived from an actinomycete, used to treat bacterial infections
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- n. an antibiotic (trade name Garamycin) that is derived from an actinomycete; used in treating infections of the urinary tract
She approached Clark, who was worried about hearing loss in these newborns for a different reason: they were being given the drug gentamicin, which is closely related to kanamycin.
Aminoglycosides, such as gentamicin, cause imbalances of magnesium, calcium and potassium. 20In fact, one study showed that gentamicin causes increased excretion of calcium by 5 percent and magnesium by 8.4 percent. 21When you take antibiotics, consider a B vitamin complex along with it.
Aminoglycosides, such as gentamicin, cause imbalances of magnesium, calcium and potassium.20In fact, one study showed that gentamicin causes increased excretion of calcium by 5 percent and magnesium by 8.4 percent.21When you take antibiotics, consider a B vitamin complex along with it.
Some very strong antibiotics, such as gentamicin and kanamycin, can cause permanent harm to your kidneys and hearing if too much is taken.
Abdo Shafi, a child health coordinator at Alaba special woreda health bureau, said a shortage of "routine medications", such as gentamicin and crystalline penicillin, had also caused difficulties in the treatment of severely malnourished children with medical complications.
Unlike anthrax, there is no FDA-approved vaccine available to protect against tularemia, and the only antibiotic treatments currently available for improving survival in the event of a tularemia outbreak are older agents, such as gentamicin and doxycycline.
Periocular ulcerative dermatitis associated with gentamicin ointment prophylaxis in newborns.
Researchers found that more than 99% of persisters were killed when sugar was added to a class of antibiotics known as aminoglycosides, which includes gentamicin and kanamycin.
These drugs include antibiotics (including penicillin and gentamicin) and steroids, such as prednisone and the gout medication, colchicine.
Antibiotics used during vaccine manufacture include neomycin, polymyxin B, streptomycin and gentamicin.
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