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According to January 2018 IQVIA market data, the annual US sales of erythromycin tablets were USD84m.
Comparison of the side effects and gastrointestinal motility observed after administration of erythromycin and josamycin to dogs.
aureus isolates with constitutive resistance are resistant to Erythromycin and Clindamycin and isolates with inducible resistance are resistant to Erythromycin, but appear susceptible to Clindamycin; however, in vivo antibiotic therapy with Clindamycin may select constitutive erm gene mutants.
The sensitivity of many bacterial pathogens to benzyl penicillin at a concentration of 10 IU/ml, 15 [micro]g/ml of erythromycin and 5 [micro]g/ml of rifampicin have been described as bases for effective treatment [22].
In one group of patients, after gently washing the face with *TCC soap (from the same manufacturer company), the right-sided lesions were treated with topical erythromycin 4% in 70% ethanol solution twice daily and the left- sided ones were treated with irradiation of sunlight by a filter of blue light (415nm) made by SAAIRAN Optics(r).
Comparative efficacy of oral erythromycin versus oral tetracycline in the treatment of acne vulgaris.
Azithromycin was more effective than the clindamycin and erythromycin for acne therapy after 16 weeks (PLess than0.
Final concentrations of erythromycin in media at the time of exposure to cells were 191, 305, 488, 781 and 1250 [micro]g/ml.
In January Fera made the 1-gram size of erythromycin available to help alleviate the serious shortage of the drug that hospitals were experiencing at that time.
pyogenes strains expressing the efflux pump are resistant to erythromycin, but they are susceptible to clindamycin (a drug from the lincosamide family) and streptogrammin B.