chloromycetin


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chloromycetin

[‚klȯr·ō‚mī′sēt·ən]
(microbiology)
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"We would be a failure as an industry if we weren't [eventually] able to find problems with chloromycetin and thalidomide [for example] much earlier" using the new technology, said Judith Faulkner, founder and CEO of the electronic health records (EHR) company Epic Systems.
(50) Id., citing numerous cases involving a wide-spectrum antibiotic known as Chloromycetin. See, e.g., Love v.
He also worked on the synthesis of Chloromycetin, organic chemical processes, lithium chemistry, and sulphur chemistry.
In that case, a patient died of gastrointestinal hemorrhage due to aplastic anemia or bone marrow depression after her physician prescribed the drug chloramphenicol (Chloromycetin) in a dosage different from that recommended by the manufacturer.
Once the ear canal is dry and clean, I apply a light coating of topical antibiotic and steroid ointment and follow that with a very light puff of triple-antibiotic powder (Chloromycetin [chloramphenicol], sulfanilamide, and amphotericin B).
and European pharmaceutical firms routinely told working or vacationing employees to collect soil samples and plants from around the world and bring them back for analysis and drug discovery Chloromycetin, for example, still the standard treatment for typhus, was discovered in a Venezuelan compost heap in 1944.