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19 May 2010

Cefipime is the last generation cephalosporin antibiotic that is used against a wide variety of microorganism and that is why is commonly prescribed in medical practice. However, there are some bacterial strains resistant to cefixime and the medication is not effective. So everything depends on susceptibility of bacteria

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