What is zpack used to treat?
- 6 Mar 2013 by msaskalot
6 Mar 2013
Hello msaskalot. zpack is an antibiotic and is used accordingly. Regards pledge
6 Mar 2013
Azithromycin (otherwise known as a z-pac) is a broad spectrum antibiotic used to treat infections.
7 Mar 2013
As mentioned this is a commonly prescribed broad spectrum antibiotic. It is unique because unlike the old days, you don't have to take it for 10 days-2 weeks. Jump start with 2 tabs and the pack is finished in a week. Very convenient.
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