ertapenem

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Related to Invanz: vancomycin
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ertapenem

n ertapenem m
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12 billion; Invanz, used to treat a variety of bacterial infections and generating $544 million in sales; and Cancidas, prescribed for treatment of candidemia and other Candida infections, with annual sales of $540 million.
Prior information notice without call for competition: Supply of medicine and the INVANZ Tygacil, according to the client~s needs and according to detailed specifications in the tender documents.
The three major drugs in this area all have side effect issues: Zyvox has been reported to cause myelosuppression, hematological adverse events, and optic neuropathy, whereas Invanz and Zosyn are associated with hypersensitivity reactions, and Invanz has the potential to cause seizures.
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3 TAC triamcinolone Mistaken as tetracaine, Adrenalin, cocaine TNK TN Kase Mistaken as "TPA" ZnSO4 zinc sulfate Mistaken as morphine sulfate Stemmed Drug Names Intended Meaning Misinterpretation "Nitro" drip nitroglycerin infusion Mistaken as sodium nitroprusside infusion "Norflox" norfloxacin Mistaken as Norflex "IV Vanc" intravenous vancomycin Mistaken as Invanz Symbols Intended Meaning Misinterpretation z Dram Symbol for dram mistaken as "3" [?
Se realizo en nuestro pais un estudio clinico que formo parte de un protocolo internacional, cuyo fin fue probar la eficacia de un nuevo antibiotico denominado Ertapenem o Invanz de Merck Sharp & Dohme, indicado para tratar las infecciones adquiridas en la comunidad, principalmente de la piel, tejidos blandos, pie de diabetico, a nivel pelvico, intra-abdominales como apendicitis y de vias urinarias.