rifampin

[n] - an antibacterial drug (trade names Rifadin and Rimactane) used to treat tuberculosis
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rifampin

<chemical> A semisynthetic antibiotic used in treatment of tuberculosis. ... Pharmacological action: antibiotics, antitubercular, leprostatic agents. ... Chemical name: Rifamycin, 3-(((4-methyl-1-piperazinyl)imino)methyl)- ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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rifampin

Rifadin noun an antibacterial drug (trade names Rifadin and Rimactane) used to treat tuberculosis
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rifampin

(rif-am´pin) a semisynthetic derivative of rifamycin, with the antibacterial actions and uses of the rifamycin group; administered orally or intravenously.
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rifampin

(from the article `drug`) ...for converting the intermediate to folic acid. This reaction is reversible by removing the chemical, which results in the inhibition but not the ... For patients with localized forms of leprosy and relatively few leprosy bacilli in their bodies, two drugs, dapsone and rifampicin, are given for a ... ...an...
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rifampin

rifampin (rifăm'pin) , antibiotic used in the treatment of tuberculosis. It is also used to eliminate the meningococcus microorganism from carriers and to treat leprosy, or Hansen's disease. Rifampin, or rifampicin as it was formerly called, acts by inhibiting protein synthesis in sensitiv...
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Rifampin

Rifampin (Rifadin®, Rimactane®) is used in the treatment of leprosy, Nocardia mycetoma, and other infections with sensitive organisms.
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rifampin

A drug used in the treatment of infections caused by bacteria. It belongs to the family of drugs called antibiotics.
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rifampin

an antibiotic used to treat meningitis, tuberculosis, Legionnaire's disease, leprosy, and staph infections
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