Tazobactam

What is Tazobactam?

Tazobactam is a compound that inhibits the action of bacterial β-lactamases.

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my semen culture report is on 03.10.2013
30 million with 60% motile, wet film examination - occasional / H.P.F -- Pus cells.
Gream Stain -...

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Thanks for writing to health care magic.
I can understand your concern.

The organism may be resistant to that particular antibiotic. So a...

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If given Zosyn I.V. will it induce Myasthenia Gravis symptoms such as difficulty...

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Dear Sir, I have gone through your questions and I understand your concerns but there is no need to worry as...

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hi, our newborn grandson (10 days old) was suspected of urinary infection (only symptom was: he wasnt feeding roperly) and he has got these results...

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any baby(neonate) who is not feeding and inactive should be suspected to have sepsis and should be...

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