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Inhaled anti-infectives

What are Inhaled anti-infectives?

Inhaled anti-infectives are agents that act locally, in the lungs to treat infection. Inhaled antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infection and antiviral medicines treat viral infections. These anti-infectives are inhaled either as dry powder or as a solution via a nebulizer.

List of Inhaled anti-infectives:

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Drug Name Reviews Avg. Ratings
Ribasphere (Pro)
Generic name: ribavirin
1 review
10
Tobi (Pro)
Generic name: tobramycin
0 reviews
9.0
Copegus (Pro)
Generic name: ribavirin
1 review
8.0
Relenza (Pro)
Generic name: zanamivir
4 reviews
7.8
Rebetol (Pro)
Generic name: ribavirin
2 reviews
5.5
RibaPak
Generic name: ribavirin
0 reviews
1.0
Bethkis (Pro)
Generic name: tobramycin
0 reviewsAdd rating
Coly Mycin M (Pro)
Generic name: colistimethate
0 reviewsAdd rating
Kitabis Pak (Pro)
Generic name: tobramycin
0 reviewsAdd rating
Nebcin
Generic name: tobramycin
0 reviewsAdd rating
Nebupent (Pro)
Generic name: pentamidine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Pentam
Generic name: pentamidine
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Pentam 300 (Pro)
Generic name: pentamidine
0 reviewsAdd rating
RibaTab
Generic name: ribavirin
0 reviewsAdd rating
TOBI Podhaler (Pro)
Generic name: tobramycin
0 reviewsAdd rating
Virazole (Pro)
Generic name: ribavirin
0 reviewsAdd rating
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

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