sulfathiazole


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sulfathiazole

(ˌsʌlfəˈθaɪəˌzəʊl)
n
1. (Pharmacology) an antimicrobial sulfa drug used in veterinary medicine and formerly in clinical medicine. Formula: C9H9N3O2S2
2. (Veterinary Science) an antimicrobial sulfa drug used in veterinary medicine and formerly in clinical medicine. Formula: C9H9N3O2S2
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Study on Schiff Bases Derived from Sulfathiazole and Sulfamethoxypyridazine.
1] Benzyl penicillin Cloxacillin Dicloxacillin Nafciline Oxacillin Cefapirin Cefazolin Cefoperazone Cefquinome Cephalexin Cephalon Tetracyclines - Chlortetracycline - Oxytetracycline - Tetracycline - Doxycycline - Amphenicol - Chloramphenicol - Aminoglycosides - Neomycin - Gentamicin - Dihydrostreptomycin/ - Streptomycin Quinolones - Enrofloxacin - Ciprofloxacin - Norfloxacin - Sulfonamides - Sulfathiazole - Sulfamethazine - Sulfadimethoxine - Avermectins - Abamectin - Doramectin - Ivermectin - Substances Confirmatory P-lactams LC-MS Amoxicillin LOD: 1.
With a hundred pesos in hand, he bought 1,000 sulfathiazole tablets, then considered a panacea for various ills, and sold this in retail quantities.
19 1 Argosulfan cream 2% and 40 g of silver sulfathiazole op 100
In May, 1943, sulfathiazole was made available by mouth, an advance which made it easier and so much more convenient for the man on the make trying to keep safe (234).
Synthesis of sulfathiazole and evaluation of its potency towards E.
The pharmacist was charged with "misbranding" sulfathiazole by not providing sufficient information regarding dosage and usage.
Ciprofloxacin, chlortetracycline, doxyclocyline, enrofloxacin, epi-chlortetracycline, epi-oxytetracycline, epi-tetracycline, iso-chlortetracycline, lomefloxacin, norfloxacin, ofloxacin, ormetoprim, oxytetracycline, roxityromycin, sarafloxacin, sulfachloropyridazine, sulfadiazine, sulfadimethoxine, sulfamethazine, sulfamethoxazole sulfathiazole, tetracycline, trimethoprim, and virginiamycin were not detected in any of the samples.
The history of GMP began in 1941 after nearly 300 people were killed by one's company's sulfathiazole tablets, a sulfa drug tainted with the sedative, phenobarbital.
Topical therapy included: treatment of 2% alcoholic solution of aniline dyes, and 2% cream sulfathiazole silver.
Tap water tests done by that commission also revealed the presence of caffeine, barbamazepine, codeine, cotinine, dehydronifedipine, diphenhydramine and sulfathiazole, substances belonging to the class of drugs in the antihistamine and antidepressant families.