ceftibuten


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cef·ti·bu·ten

 (sĕf-tī′byo͞o-tn)
n.
A broad-spectrum cephalosporin antibiotic, C15H14N4O6S2, used primarily to treat ear and respiratory infections.

[cef(a)- + t(h)i(azole) + buten(e).]
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