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Cloxacillin - can it be used for severe infections (in bone)?

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19 Oct 2009

Yes, it can be used for bone infections, but only a doctor can decide which is the most appropriate antibiotic for a particular patient/individual.

Please see link below for other antibiotics which can be used for osteomyelitis.

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