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cef·a·clor

 (sĕf′ə-klôr′)
n.
A broad-spectrum cephalosporin antibiotic, C15H14ClN3O4S, that is given orally.

[cefa- + c(h)lor(ine).]
Translations

cefaclor

n cefaclor m
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The company's biggest selling products include Iletin, Amytal, Methiolate, Prozac and Ceclor.
Examples cefaclor/CECLOR, CECLOR CD cefadroxil/DURICEF cefixime/SUPRAX cefprozil/CEFZIL cephalexin/KEFLEX, KEFTAB
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s major products include Prozac (an antidepressant), Axid (antiulcer), Kefzol, Ceclor, Lorabid (antibiotics), Zyprexa (schizophrenia), Humatrope (human growth hormone), Humulin (insulin), Reopro (angioplasty) and Evista (osteoporosis).
In another instance, second-generation cephalosporin antibiotics on the approved list include Cefaclor, Cefaclor ER, Ceftin, Cefzil, Ceptaz, and Rocephin, while Ceclor CD, Ceclor, Cefotan, and Lorabid must receive authorization.
In another instance, second-generation cephalosporin antibiotics on the state's approved list include Cefaclor, Cefaclor ER, Ceftin, Cefril, Ceptaz, and Rocephin, while Cedor CD, Ceclor, Cefotan, and Lorabid must receive prior authorization.
Another commonly prescribed antibiotic, Ceclor, was third at 8%.
The United States has eight of the top-ten best sellers, including Capoten, Mevacor, and Ceclor.
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