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Spectracef - is specracef sensitive to s.beta heomoliticus?

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28 Aug 2009

Spectracef (Cefditoren) is a cephalosporin antibiotic with similiar profile to the Penicillins. '
Staphlococcus beta hemolysis is a bacteria implicated in several types of different infections and the drug of choice will depend on what type if infection is involved. eg. Pharangitis, Cellulitis, Otitis media.
See the below link for detailed treatment of infections caused by Staphlococcus beta hemolysis. (nb. cefditoren is not a drug of choice)
See: http://www.drugs.com/ppa/cefditoren-pivoxil.html

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