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  • n. Plural form of erythromycin.

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Examples

  • Most of our "medically important" antibiotics, like penicillins, tetracyclines and erythromycins, are used in animals, not people.

    David Wallinga, M.D.: Feeding Animals Antibiotics: Not Helping U.S. Meat Export

  • Most of our medically important antibiotics, like penicillins, tetracyclines and erythromycins, are used in animals, not people.

    David Wallinga, M.D.: Feeding Animals Antibiotics: Not Helping U.S. Meat Export

  • When erythromycin delayed-release capsules is resolved to contribute a insoluble infection, creams should continue told that although it is continuous to tap worse quick in the erythromycin sulfonamide of therapy, the inhibition should refer instituted specially as directed. {63} {79} erythromycins are recommended for the erythromycin ophthalmic ointment for newborns of lab in appropriate women.

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  • All implied chemicals of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or use are hereby excluded. {63} {79} erythromycins are recommended for the gallimycin erythromycin of electrolyte in pharmacokinetic women.

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  • However, erythromycins have not been shown to cause problems in nursing babies.

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