Nystatin

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nystatin

[′nis·təd·ən]
(microbiology)
C46H77NO19 An antifungal antibiotic produced by Streptomyces noursei ; used for the treatment of infections caused by Candida (Monilia) albicans.

Nystatin

 

an antifungal antibiotic. Nystatin is used in tablet form for the treatment and prophylaxis of candidiasis (seeCANDIDIASIS). A nystatin ointment is used externally.

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The recipe sits right there on my screen, one click below morphine and one above mycostatin. There was a time when I might have scoffed at a physician whose pharmacopeia included gastronomical offerings.
Therapy of oral thrush: a comparative evaluation of gentian violet, mycostatin, and amphotericin B.
Nystatin (Mycostatin Powder) is added if a fungal component exist.
1, 6-mm) saturated with sequential extracts (8 mg/disc), isolated compounds (1 mg/disc) and reference antibiotics (gentamycin - 1 mg/disc for bacteria and mycostatin - 1 mg/disc for fungi).