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Pancreatitis - what antibiotic is best to treat a infection in pancreas?

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17 Nov 2009

Not an easy question to answer...
Assuming you are referring to acute pancreatitis Cipro and Flagyl are recommended.

See: http://www.fpnotebook.com/GI/Pancreas/ActPncrts.htm
http://www.drugs.com/flagyl.html
http://www.drugs.com/ciprofloxacin.html

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