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|Amoxicillin||Amoxicillin is a penicillin derivative that is commonly used to treat respiratory and urinary tract infections.|
|Amoxicillin-clavulanate||The combination of the penicillin derivative amoxicillin and clavulanate is effective in treating respiratory and urinary infections caused by bacteria that are resistant to amoxicillin.|
|Ampicillin||Ampicillin is a penicillin derivative that is used to treat respiratory, urinary, skin and intestinal infections.|
|Ampicillin- Sulbactam||The combination of the penicillin derivative ampicillin with sulbactam is effective in treating bacterial infections that are resistant to ampicillin.|
|Cloxacillin||Cloxacillin is a penicillin derivative that can be taken orally or is administered as an injection. It has to be taken four times a day.|
|Dicloxacillin||Dicloxacillin is an oral penicillin that is commonly used to treat bacterial skin infections.|
|Flucloxacillin||Flucloxacillin is a penicillin derivative that can be taken orally or is administered as an injection. It has to be taken four times a day.|
|Ticarcillin-clavulanate||The combination of the penicillin derivative ticarcillin along with clavulanate is used to treat serious bacterial infections. It is available as an intravenous infusion.|
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