Gatifloxacin belongs to a class of antibiotics known as ‘Fluoroquinolones’ and is available as tablets, injections, and eye drops....
Precautions and Warnings
Mode of Action
Uses of Gatifloxacin
It is used in the treatment of bacterial infections of the lungs, sinuses (cavities of the nose), throat, skin and soft tissue infections, and the urinary tract. Soft tissues include muscle, fat, tendons, ligaments, etc....
This medicine is useful in particular sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea
Gatifloxacin is also used as a part of combination treatment with at least three other medicines to treat tuberculosis
Contraindications of Gatifloxacin
When should one not use Gatifloxacin
If you are allergic to this medicine or any other ingredient of this medicine
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