Medications subscribed to skin infection

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potassium iodide, itraconazole, or amphotericin B
pentamidine and suramin (with or without tryparsamide) are used in the first stage of the disease; melarsoprol or eflornithine is used in the second stage of the diseases
ceftin (cefuroxime axetil), penicillin or tetracycline (after diagnosis with a newly-approved test kit, 'PreVue B'); although there is controversy, it appears that long-term intrav
debridement, penicillin; hyperbaric chamber (exposure to very high concentrations of oxygen kills this anaerobe)
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bacitracin salve or other antimicrobial agents resistant to bacterial enzymes that destroy penicillins
ceftin (cefuroxime axetil), penicillin or tetracycline (after diagnosis with a newly-approved test kit, 'PreVue B'); although there is controversy, it appears that long-term intra
clotrimazole, miconazole or nystatin for skin infections; oral ketoconazole for systemic infections
tetracycline (best) or chloramphenicol plus symptomatic relief and supportive care for complications
acyclovir (zovirax) shortens episode, slows recurrence; valtrex is a second generation version of zovirax ... works better
remove wart by surgery
penicillin, erythromycin, or tetracycline; surgery, when necessary
penicillin ... cipro (ciprofloxacin)
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praziquantel or oxiaminiquine
lamisil, shampoo containing selenium; ketoconazole or itraconazole for initial antimicrobial agent therapy; griseofulvin (oral) for chronic infections
Tender Love and Care, yet management of symptoms and complications; FDA has recently approved alpha-interferon as a possible treatment for West Nile Fever
'lance' abscess; treat with bacitracin, vancomycin or other antimicrobial agents that are resistant to bacterial enzymes that destroy penicillins
tetracycline, blue light therapy, oral contraceptives, vitamin A derivatives
quinine derivatives (chloroquine, primaquine)
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antitoxin; penicillin; valium, barbituates
TLC, fluid replacement in hemorrhagic fever cases
long-term multi-drug therapy (MDT) using a combination of dapsone, clofazimine, and rifampin
streptomycin or tetracycline
No Treatment - Tender Love and Care

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