T: 500 mg every 12 hours
-CI O: 200-400 mg every 12 hours ty, = 1.1 hours fg_fj I: 2-3 g every 12 hours ty, = 3.3 hours
Names, Structural Formulas, Dosage, and Dosage Forms of Selected Cephalosporins and Related Compounds (Continued)
Dosage Forms,* Adult Dosage for Severe Infection, and t1/2
O: 400 mg every 24 hours
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