November 2010
MPR - Pediatricians' Edition;Fall2010/Winter2011, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p100
The article offers information on anti-infective agents used for treating infections and infestations. Classification of drugs are for bacterial infections, fungal infections, malaria, helminthic infections, protozoal infections, viral infections, and tuberculosis. It further provides a table to differentiate the type of tablets and capsules such as sustained-release, buccal, and enteric-coated for right preparation of the drug.


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