Why streptomycin can not be used orally?
- 19 Jul 2011 by drmaro
- 16 July 2018
the reason streptomycin can not be taken orally is because your stomach acids would destroy the insolin before it became any use.
It doesn't get absorbed in GIT because of its high molecular weight.
- Streptomycin Information for Consumers
- Streptomycin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Streptomycin (detailed)
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