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The list of uses of this medicine are as follows:
  • mild to moderate upper respiratory tract infections
  • inflammation of the tonsil (tonsillitis)
  • inflammation of the throat (pharyngitis)
  • inflammation of the voice box (laryngitis)
  • inflammation of the cavities around the nasal passages (sinusitis)
  • pus-filled pocket behind the tonsil (peritonsillar abscess)
  • secondary infections in influenza
  • inflammation of the windpipe (tracheitis)
  • severe inflammation of the lining of airways of the lungs (bronchitis)
  • pneumonia
  • pneumonia of newborn baby
  • damaged airways of the lungs (bronchiectasis)
  • pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria (Legionnaire's disease)
  • ear infections such as infections of the middle ear, outer ear, and bone behind the ear (otitis media, otitis externa, and mastoiditis)
  • eye infections such as inflammation of the eyelid (blepharitis)
  • inflammation of the eye of the newborn (conjunctivitis of the newborn)
  • oral infections such as gum inflammation (gingivitis)
  • painful gums infection (Vincent's angina)
  • skin and soft tissue infections such as boils and pus-filled skin bumps (carbuncles)
  • skin infection around the toenails or fingernails (paronychia)
  • pus-filled pockets under the skin (abscesses)
  • pus-filled bulging patch of the skin (pustular acne)
  • red sores around mouth and nose (impetigo)
  • bacterial skin infection (cellulitis, erysipelas, and erythrasma)
  • stomach and intestinal infections
  • infection of the large intestine (intestinal amebiasis), inflammation of the gallbladder (cholecystitis)
  • inflammation of the small intestine caused by bacteria (staphylococcal enterocolitis)
  • bacterial infection (listeriosis)
  • bone infection (osteomyelitis)
  • urethra inflammation that not caused by gonorrheal infection (nongonococcal urethritis)
  • gonorrhea
  • first stage of the painless sores in or around the mouth, genitals, or anus (primary syphilis)
  • long-term bacterial infection of the lymphatic system (lymphogranuloma venereum)
  • serious infection of the throat and nose (diphtheria)
  • prostate inflammation (prostatitis)
  • fever caused by bacterial infection (scarlet fever)
  • pelvic inflammatory disease
  • infections of reproductive organs and the urinary system (urogenital infections) during pregnancy
  • uncomplicated urethral, endocervical, or rectal infections
Bacterial Infections
Whooping Cough

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