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  1. Tetracycline tablets

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    Tetracycline tablets, Sit upright or stand up as you take the tablets. About tetracycline Type of medicine A tetracycline antibiotic Used for Ba...

  2. Tetracycline Antibiotics

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    Tetracycline Antibiotics

  3. Antibiotic Tablets for Acne

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    Children aged under 12 years should not take tetracycline-based antibiotics. Do not take tetracycline-based antibiotics if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or intend to become pre...

  4. Perioral Dermatitis

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    Antibiotic medicines Your doctor may prescribe an antibiotic tablet in the tetracycline group. Doxycycline or tetracycline topical antibiotics are sometimes used in milder c...

  5. Tropical Sprue

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    Absorption of vitamin B12 recovers early and so deficiency may be due to bacterial action rather than malabsorption. [ 7 ] Oral iron may also be required, but iron and tetracycline should...

  6. Helicobacter Pylori

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    For people allergic to penicillin who have previously been exposed to clarithromycin, use a PPI, metronidazole, tetracycline and bismuth. Second-lin...

  7. Lymecycline capsules (Tetralysal)

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    About lymecycline Type of medicine A tetracycline antibiotic Used for Bacterial infections; acne Also called Tetralysal® Available as Capsules ...

  8. Blind Loop Syndrome

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    The most common antibiotics used are the tetracyclines - eg, oxytetracycline; however, it is estimated that up to 70% will fail to respond to this.

  9. Drug Allergy

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    Typical drugs include beta-lactam antibiotics, macrolides and less commonly, a wide variety of drugs including paracetamol, carbamazepine, tetracyclines, diltiazem, furosemide, hydrochlorothi...

  10. Acne Vulgaris

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    The safety profile of lymecycline is comparable to that of tetracycline. Doxycycline and lymecycline are generally preferred to tetracycline because they require less frequent admini...

  11. Acne

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    Children aged under 12 years should not take tetracycline-based antibiotics. Do not take tetracycline-based antibiotics if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or intend to become pre...

  12. Plague

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    Fluoroquinolones - these are as efficacious as aminoglycosides and tetracyclines in experimental induced plague and can be given orally. Chloramphenicol - may be better in plague meningiti...

  13. Trachoma

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    Topical tetracycline and polymixin is as effective as oral azithromycin. [ 13 ] The latter is a shorter course and associated with few side-effects (which are mild) but is more expensive (...

  14. Haemophilus Influenzae

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    Exacerbations of chronic bronchitis (treat if there is increased sputum production, purulent sputum or dyspnoea): treat for five days (longer in severely ill patients) with amoxicillin, tetracycli...

  15. Antibiotics

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    Cephalosporins - for example, cefaclor , cefadroxil and cefalexin . Tetracyclines - for example, tetracycline , doxycycline and lymecycline . Aminoglycosides - for...

  16. Familial Benign Pemphigus

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    Other topical treatments (from recent case reports) are topical cadexomer iodine powder [ 7 ] and 5-fluorouracil . [ 8 ] Systemic treatments: Prolonged courses of oral antibiotics (eg ...

  17. Pleural Effusion

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    Sclerosing chemicals that are commonly used include tetracycline, sterile talc and bleomycin. Pleurodesis is most often used in the treatment of repeated (recurrent) effusions caused by cance...

  18. Sperm Test (Semen Analysis)

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    These include: sulfasalazine, nitrofurantoin, tetracyclines, cimetidine, colchicine, allopurinol, some chemotherapy medicines, cannabis, cocaine and anabolic steroids.

  19. Relapsing Fever

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    Molecular polymerase chain reaction analyses are increasingly being used as an experimental and clinical tool to allow diagnosis and species differentiation. [ 1 ] Management Tetracy...

  20. Psittacosis

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    High titres can occur in other chlamydial infections, so if history suggests psittacosis, molecular assays (PCR) are used to diagnose C. psittaci infection. [ 5 ] Management Tetracy...