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- n. A sulfa drug, C10H10N4O2S, used in the treatment of toxoplasmosis and other infections.
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- n. A sulfonamide antibiotic that works by halting the production of folic acid inside the bacterial cell, commonly used to treat urinary tract infections.
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- n. a sulfa drug used in treating meningitis and pneumonia and other infections
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Harris attributed her healing to copious amounts of silver sulfadiazine, which is also used to treat human burns, and painkillers that helped maintain her appetite.
If not for counseling I wouldn't have known the doc didn't mean to write for sulfadiazine, that he really wanted sulfasalazine.
Here's some quick thoughts, I'd suggest anybody who's interested should spend some time doing their own homework (note - research does not include any website where a product is being sold). silver - high (percentage-range) concentrations of metallic silver, inorganic silver compounds such as silver nitrate, and organic silver compounds such as silver sulfadiazine are used medically as topical (direct contact treatment) antimicrobial treatments.
Dosage for sulfadiazine, sulfisoxazole, sulfadimidine, or triple sulfa (200 mg./kg./day): - tablets of 500 mg., or a mixture with 500 mg. in 5 ml.
Baytril, which is a common pet antibiotic, is made of enrofloxacin, sulfur, sulfadiazine, alcohol, neutral oil and an emulsifying agent.
She explained that sulfadiazine/pyrimethamine combination (Rebalance), ponazuril (Marquis), and nitazoxanide (Navigator) medications are the approved treatments that have been commercially available, while diclazuril is approved for EPM treatment, but is not yet marketed.
Today, medical devices such as catheters and stethoscopes use silver, and every hospital in the western world uses silver sulfadiazine to prevent infections.
Breaking the secrets of the bactrim gold would feeling sometimes great of the sulfadiazine to picrate discarded at one time.
We describe the case of a 14-year-old Caucasian boy who presented with a toxoplasmic retinochoroiditis and was treated with sulfadiazine and pyrimethamine.
Nitazoxanide, marketed as Navigator, and a trimethoprim-sulfadiazine combination product called Re-Balance, have also been approved for the treatment of EPM.