Active substances: Ciprofloxacin
Rx please see your doctor for proper supervision Indication Infections due to susceptible organisms including infections of the urinary, respiratory and GI tracts, gonorrhea and septicemia, uncomplicated and complicated infections caused by ciprofloxacin-sensitive pathogens.
Meningococcal meningitis and surgical infection prophylaxis. This information is intended to supplement, not substitute for, the expertise and judgment of your health care professional. The information is not intended to cover all possible uses, directions, precautions, drug interactions, or adverse effects, nor should it be construed to indicate that use of a particular drug is safe, appropriate, or effective for you.
B - Adequate and compelling studies in animals do not show a risk to the baby, but there are not enough compelling studies in humans.
Otherwise, animal studies show a risk but studies on humans do not show any. C - Adequate and compelling studies in animals show a risk to the baby, but there are not enough compelling studies in humans.
D - Adequate and compelling studies in humans show a risk to the baby. Methods The solvent fractions of the plant were obtained by successive soxhlet extraction with solvents of increasing polarity, with chloroform and methanol, followed by maceration of the marc of methanol fraction with water.
The minimum inhibitory concentration of the solvent fractions was determined by micro-broth dilution method using resazurin as indicator. Result Methanol and chloroform fractions revealed antibacterial activities against the growth of test bacterial strains with varying antibacterial spectrum and the susceptible bacterial species were Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogen, Streptococcus pneumoniae and Salmonella typhi.
The average minimum inhibitory concentration value of the methanol and chloroform fractions ranged from 8. Conclusion The methanol and chloroform fractions demonstrated significant antibacterial activities against the growth of pathogenic bacteria but the aqueous fraction did not reveal antibacterial activity against any of the test bacteria.
Peer Review reports Background Infectious diseases are the continuous major causes of death in the world, with a great impact in developing countries.
The periodically emerging new and old infectious diseases greatly magnify the global burden of infectious diseases.
The majorities of emerging infectious events are caused by bacteria which can be associated with evolution of drug resistant strains and overwhelming of the natural host defenses.
Therefore, the search of new or alternative mechanisms to effectively treat and prevent infectious diseases, particularly bacterial diseases, have to be encouraged to effectively reduce these global burden.
Medicinal plants have been used for treatment of different infectious diseases and thus accepted as alternative approaches.
Rhamnus prinoides has different ethnomedicinal uses in different countries of Africa. In Kenya, traditionally, the different parts of plant are used in the management of Ear, Nose and Throat ENT infections, gonorrhea, malaria and brucellosis.
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This message captures the dignity, respect and care that military veterans should receive in the aftermath of war.
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We must acknowledge that there are many military veterans, from all military organisations, who are in need.
We must and we do have a duty to care for all our military veterans in need, and for that reason we support the objective of the Military Veterans Bill. The processing of the Military Veterans Bill has been a complete shambles from start to finish. The Deputy Minister, who was responsible for driving the Military Veterans Bill, has been a political disaster.