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Cefapirine [INN-French] Brand names, Cefapirine [INN-French] Analogs

Cefapirine [INN-French] Brand Names Mixture

  • Isotamine B 300 (Isoniazid + Pyridoxine Hydrochloride)
  • Rifater (Isoniazid + Pyrazinamide + Rifampin)

Cefapirine [INN-French] Chemical_Formula


Cefapirine [INN-French] RX_link

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Cefapirine [INN-French] fda sheet

Cefapirine [INN-French] msds (material safety sheet)

Cefapirine_[INN-French] MSDS

Cefapirine [INN-French] Synthesis Reference

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Cefapirine [INN-French] Molecular Weight

423.466 g/mol

Cefapirine [INN-French] Melting Point

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Cefapirine [INN-French] H2O Solubility

1030 mg/L

Cefapirine [INN-French] State


Cefapirine [INN-French] LogP


Cefapirine [INN-French] Dosage Forms

Gel; Suspension

Cefapirine [INN-French] Indication

For treatment of infections caused by susceptible bacteria.

Cefapirine [INN-French] Pharmacology

Cephapirin is a first-generation cephalosporin that has a wide spectrum of activity against gram-positive and gram-negative organisms. Cephapirin is more resistant to beta-lactamases than are the penicillins and so is effective against staphylococci, with the exception of methicillin-resistant staphylococci.

Cefapirine [INN-French] Absorption

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Cefapirine [INN-French] side effects and Toxicity

Rats exposed via the oral route to cephapirin displayed low acute toxicity (LD50 = 14000 mg/kg). The most common adverse reactions are hypersensitivity reactions and alterations to liver function. Evidence of white blood cell disorders and anaemia were noted in some subjects.

Cefapirine [INN-French] Patient Information

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Cefapirine [INN-French] Organisms Affected

Enteric bacteria and other eubacteria