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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Levaquin oral     920 User Reviews
Avelox oral     745 User Reviews
clindamycin HCl oral     742 User Reviews
azithromycin oral     526 User Reviews
amoxicillin oral     328 User Reviews
Biaxin oral     228 User Reviews
clarithromycin oral     198 User Reviews
levofloxacin oral     198 User Reviews
Zithromax Z-Pak oral     128 User Reviews
amoxicillin-potassium clavulanate oral     105 User Reviews
Cleocin oral     90 User Reviews
Zithromax oral     80 User Reviews
erythromycin oral     62 User Reviews
Factive oral     61 User Reviews
Augmentin XR oral     39 User Reviews
Zmax oral     20 User Reviews
Ery-Tab oral     18 User Reviews
Invanz intravenous     18 User Reviews
Spectracef oral     17 User Reviews
ampicillin oral     15 User Reviews
cefepime intravenous     15 User Reviews
Erythrocin (as stearate) oral     11 User Reviews
Invanz injection     11 User Reviews
cefpodoxime oral     10 User Reviews
Avelox ABC Pack oral     10 User Reviews
Ketek oral     10 User Reviews
clindamycin palmitate HCl oral     8 User Reviews
erythromycin ethylsuccinate oral     7 User Reviews
moxifloxacin oral     6 User Reviews
clindamycin intravenous     6 User Reviews
azithromycin intravenous     5 User Reviews
Maxipime intravenous     5 User Reviews
penicillin G benzathine&procain intramuscular     4 User Reviews
erythromycin stearate oral     4 User Reviews
levofloxacin intravenous     4 User Reviews
Levaquin in 5 % dextrose intravenous     4 User Reviews
Avelox in sodium chloride (iso-osmotic) intravenous     4 User Reviews
cefepime in dextrose (iso-osmotic) intravenous     4 User Reviews
Erythrocin intravenous     3 User Reviews
EryPed 200 oral     3 User Reviews
clindamycin in 5 % dextrose intravenous     3 User Reviews
Zithromax TRI-PAK oral     3 User Reviews
Teflaro intravenous     3 User Reviews
clindamycin injection     2 User Reviews
Zithromax intravenous     2 User Reviews
E.E.S. 400 oral     2 User Reviews
levofloxacin in 5 % dextrose intravenous     2 User Reviews
Cleocin intravenous     2 User Reviews
gemifloxacin oral     2 User Reviews
erythromycin lactobionate intravenous     1 User Reviews
EryPed 400 oral     1 User Reviews
E.E.S. 200 oral     1 User Reviews
cefepime injection     1 User Reviews
E.E.S. Granules oral     1 User Reviews
Cleocin in 5 % dextrose intravenous     1 User Reviews
penicillin G procaine intramuscular     1 User Reviews
cefditoren pivoxil oral     1 User Reviews
moxifloxacin in sodium chloride(iso) intravenous     1 User Reviews
ertapenem injection     1 User Reviews
ertapenem intravenous     1 User Reviews
ceftaroline fosamil intravenous     1 User Reviews
Clindamycin Pediatric oral     1 User Reviews
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PCE oral     Be the first to review it
Cleocin injection     Be the first to review it
Bicillin C-R intramuscular     Be the first to review it
telithromycin oral     Be the first to review it
cefepime in dextrose 5 % intravenous     Be the first to review it

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