Common uses: T-Stat (Erythromycin) is a macrolide antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections. It may also be used to prevent bacterial infections in patients with rheumatic heart disease. A doctor may prescribe T-Stat (Erythromycin) for additional conditions. Further T-Stat reference material...
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Other common names: Akne-Mycin, Apo-Erythro, Arpimycin, Benzamycin, Colitromin, E-Base, E-Mycin, Eritromicina, Ermysin, Ery Tab, Eryacne, ERYC, Erycette, Erycin, Erycinum, EryDerm, Erymax, Erythro, Erythrocin, Erythromid, Erythroped, Ilosone, Ilotycin, Novo-rythro Encap, PCE, Retcin, Rommix, Staticin, Stiemycin, Theramycin Z, Tiloryth, Wintrocin, Erythromycin (generic name).
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