ceftizoxime

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cef·ti·zox·ime

 (sĕf′tĭ-zŏk′sēm′)
n.
A broad-spectrum cephalosporin antibiotic, C13H13N5O5S2, used in the form of its sodium salt.

[cef(a)- + t(h)i(a)z(ole) + oxime.]
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The results of antimicrobial activity showed that pneumococci were resistant to the cefspan, septran, cravit, pipemetic acid, azomax, bacitracin, and penicillin and a clear zone of inhibition was observed on clithromycin, optochin, cefizox, genatamycin, minocyclin, levoflaxacin, and vancomycin.
However pneumococci are sensitive to clithromycin, optochin, cefizox, genatamycin, minocyclin, levoflaxacin, and vancomycin.
Antibiotic susceptibility test showed sensitivity of isolated pathogen to clithromycin, optochin, cefizox, genatamycin, minocyclin, levoflaxacin, and vancomycin, which was reported to be the effective treatment of pneumonia in various health centers of Hyderabad and Jamshoro.