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  • n. A cephalosporin antibiotic.

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  • Barlow and Hall, Experimental Prediction of the Natural Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance: Because sequential addition of those three single substitutions confers an increase in cefepime resistance with each addition, there is a pathway through which natural selection can create a TEM allele that confers high levels of cefepime resistance.

    Behe's Test

  • He hung the second bag of cefepime, able to disconnect the old dose and add a new one without disturbing her because the line hung outside the sheets.

    A Happy Marriage

  • He donned gloves, removed the antibiotic packaging from the fridge, broke the seal, and hung the bag of cefepime.

    A Happy Marriage

  • He held the end of the IV connection to the cefepime and lifted a corner of the covers to see her upper torso.

    A Happy Marriage

  • “I have two IV doses of cefepime here,” Enrique interrupted.

    A Happy Marriage

  • From my experience as a physician, I can tell you that when someone is extremely sick in the ICU, fourth-generation cephalosporins like cefepime are often the first drugs we reach for, especially if the patient has a penicillin allergy.

    Why You Should Care if Cattle Get Fourth-Generation Cephalosporins - The Panda's Thumb

  • Slide 22: Vitek ESBL confirmatory test Vitek 2 Advanced Expert Simultaneous assessment of antibacterial activity of cefepime, cefotaxime & ceftazidime either alone or + CA  interpretation through advanced expert system The First Choice Diagnostic Laboratory

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  • Slide 3: Beta lactams & β lactamases Oxyimino aminothiazolyl caphalosporin Cefuroxime, cefotaxime, ceftriaxone, Ceftazidime, cefepime, cefpirome The First Choice Diagnostic Laboratory

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  • Elan's share of the Tysabri revenues increased 48\% to $158.7 million, while generic competition savaged sales of the antibiotic Maxipime (cefepime), down 50\% to $5.0 million.

    PharmaTimes World News

  • The first generic cefepime hydrochloride was launched in June 2007, and additional generic forms of Maxipime have since been launched.

    GEN News Highlights

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