18 Sep 2009
As per Dr. Burrascano's treatment guidelines (link below), Cefuroxime may be effective in amoxicillin and doxycycline failures. Adult dosage: 1 g every 12 hours.
Each LLMD has his/her own antibiotic preferences, depending on each individual case, the symptomology, and the stage of Lyme disease.
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Take good care,
- Cefuroxime Information for Consumers
- Cefuroxime Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Cefuroxime (detailed)
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