Medications subscribed to skin infection

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antitoxin; penicillin; valium, barbituates
bacitracin salve or other antimicrobial agents resistant to bacterial enzymes that destroy penicillins
lamisil, shampoo containing selenium; ketoconazole or itraconazole for initial antimicrobial agent therapy; griseofulvin (oral) for chronic infections
clotrimazole, miconazole or nystatin for skin infections; oral ketoconazole for systemic infections
remove wart by surgery
TLC
TLC
TLC, fluid replacement in hemorrhagic fever cases
praziquantel or oxiaminiquine
penicillin ... cipro (ciprofloxacin)
Tender Love and Care, yet management of symptoms and complications; FDA has recently approved alpha-interferon as a possible treatment for West Nile Fever
tetracycline (best) or chloramphenicol plus symptomatic relief and supportive care for complications
No Treatment - Tender Love and Care
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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
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
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
acyclovir (zovirax) shortens episode, slows recurrence; valtrex is a second generation version of zovirax ... works better
debridement, penicillin; hyperbaric chamber (exposure to very high concentrations of oxygen kills this anaerobe)
quinine derivatives (chloroquine, primaquine)
penicillin, erythromycin, or tetracycline; surgery, when necessary
'lance' abscess; treat with bacitracin, vancomycin or other antimicrobial agents that are resistant to bacterial enzymes that destroy penicillins
long-term multi-drug therapy (MDT) using a combination of dapsone, clofazimine, and rifampin
potassium iodide, itraconazole, or amphotericin B
tetracycline, blue light therapy, oral contraceptives, vitamin A derivatives
streptomycin or tetracycline

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