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What is the difference between Sipramycin and Sipromycin?

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What is the difference between Sipramycin and Sipromycin in the treatment of the runs in Asia ? Or maybe Cipromycin...
Posted Mon, 14 Oct 2013 in Medicines and Side Effects
Answered by Dr. Albana Sejdini 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
Both are antibiotics to treat infections

Detailed Answer:

Instead of Sipramycin, you might be talked about Spiramycin and instead of Sipromycin, you'd be talking about Cipromycin (generic name Ciprofloxacine).

Next, both of them are antibiotics. Spiramycin falls into the macrolides groups of antibiotics, while Cipromycin falls into the fluoroquinolones groups.

Both are very good anti-infective agents used to treat various infections.

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