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Antimicrobials

Generic NameTherapeutic ClassBrand Name
amoxicillin (oral) amino penicillin Amoxil
amoxicillin/clavulanate (oral) beta-lactamase inhibitor combo Augmentin
azithromycin (oral) macrolide Z-pak, Zithromax
cefaclor (oral) 2nd generation cephalosporin Ceclor
cefadroxil (oral) 1st generation cephalosporin Duricef, Ultracef
cefdinir (oral) 3rd generation cephalosporin Omnicef
cefditoren (oral) 3rd generation cephalosporin Spectracef
cefixime (oral) 3rd generation cephalosporin Suprax
cefotaxime (oral) 3rd generation cephalosporin Claforan
cefotetan (inj) 2nd generation cephalosporin Cefotan
cefoxitin (inj) 2nd generation cephalosporin Mefoxin
cefpodoxime (oral) 3rd generation cephalosporin Vantin
cefprozil (oral) 2nd generation cephalosporin Cefzil
ceftibuten (oral) 3rd generation cephalosporin Cedax
ceftriaxone (inj) 3rd generation cephalosporin Rocephin
cefuroxime (oral) 2nd generation cephalosporin Ceftin
cephalexin (oral) 1st generation cephalosporin Keflex, Keftab
ciprofloxacin (ophthalmic) fluroquinolone Ciloxan
ciprofloxacin (oral/inj) fluoroquinolone Cipro
clarithromyin (oral) macrolide Biaxin
clindamycin (oral/inj/topical) protein synthesis inhibitor Cleocin
co-trimoxazole (oral/inj) sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim Bactrim, Septra
demeclocycline (oral) tetracycline Declomycin
dicloxacillin (oral) Antistaphylococcal penicillin Dynapen
doxycycline (oral) tetracycline Vibramycin
erythromycin (oral/topical) macrolide EES, EryTab, E-Mycin & others
gemifloxacin (oral) fluroquinolone Factive
levofloxacin (ophthalmic) fluoroquinolone Quixin
levofloxacin (oral/inj) fluoroquinolone Levaquin
lomefloxacin (oral) fluoroquinolone Maxaquin
mafenide (topical) folate antagonist none
metronidazole (oral/inj/topical) no specific drug classification Flagyl
minocycline (oral) tetracycline Minocin
moxifloxacin (ophthalmic) fluoroquinolone Vigamox
moxifloxacin (oral/inj) fluoroquinolone Avelox
nitrofurantoin (oral) urinary tract antiseptic Macrodantin, MacroBid
norfloxacin (ophthalmic) fluoroquinolone Chibroxin
norfloxacin (oral) fluoroquinolone Noroxin
ofloxacin (oral/inj/ophthalmic) fluoroquinolone Floxin
oxacillin (oral/inj) Antistaphylococcal penicillin Prostaphlin
penicillin G aqueous IV or IM natural penicillin
penicillin G benzathine IM only natural penicillin
penicillin G procaine IM only natural penicillin
sparfloxacin (oral) fluoroquinolone Zagam
sulfacetamide (ophthalmic) folate antagonist Cetamide
sulfamethoxazole (oral) folate antagonist component of Bactrim, Septra
tetracycline (oral) tetracycline Sumycin
trimethoprim (oral) dihydrofolate reductase component of Bactrim, Septra
Created by: www.pharmteacher.com on 2011-09-17



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