Sulfathiazole


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sulfathiazole

[¦səl·fə′thī·ə‚zōl]
(pharmacology)
C9H9N3O2S2 A sulfa drug formerly widely used in the treatment of pneumococcal, staphylococcal, and urinary tract infections; it has been replaced by less toxic sulfonamides.

Sulfathiazole

 

(also norsulfazole), a medicinal sulfonamide. Sulfathiazole is used in tablet and powder form to treat infectious diseases, including sore throat, tonsillitis, pneumonia, and dysentery.

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