phenoxymethylpenicillin


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phenoxymethylpenicillin

[fə¦näk·sē‚meth·əl‚pen·ə′sil·ən]
(pharmacology)
C16H18N2O5S A white, crystalline powder, soluble in alcohol and acetone; used as an oral antibiotic. Also known as penicillin V.
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Doses for phenoxymethylpenicillin were 50 mg, 150 mg, 300 mg, and 500 mg (cumulative dose 1,000 mg).
For example, the recognized limitations of penicillin led to a wide array of penicillin analogs (ampicillin, phenoxymethylpenicillin, and so forth), and the more widely classified beta-lactam antibiotics (cephalosporin, monobactams, carbapenems) that retained the active pharmacaphore while addressing difficulties in administration and bacterial resistance.
Erythromycin and phenoxymethylpenicillin (penicillin V) in the treatment of respiratory tract infections as related to microbiological findings and serum C-reactive protein.
of prescriptions Agent 1 2 [is greater than All or equal to] 3 Tetracyclines 16 15 26 16 Pivmecillinam 1 4 0 Phenoxymethylpenicillin 14 7 0 24 Amoxycillin 15 4 0 Cephalosporins First-generation 17 15 47 Second/third-generation 4 4 0 26 Sulphatrimethoprim 14 25 18 14 Macrolides 8 22 0 8 Quinolones 3 4 9 4 Others 8 0 0 8 Women No.