Sulfamethazine

Sulfamethazine is a sulfa drug used like sulfadiazine and also in veterinary medicine to treat a variety of infections. It's an antibacterial agent. Sulfonamides has been widely used in the treatment and prevention of infections such as urinary tract infections, chlamydia, rheumatic fever, toxoplasmosis and malaria. The development of resistance in many of these organisms has greatly limited the clinical usefulness of these drugs.

Sulfonamides are given orally or intravaginally. Dosage should be determined individually according to the severity of the infection, the drug being used, and the response and tolerance of the patient. The usual dosage of triple sulfa cream for intravaginal administration is one full applicator of vaginal cream twice daily for 4-6 days. Dosage may then be decreased to 1/2 to 1/4 of an full applicator twice daily. Alternatively, one triple sulfa vaginal tablet may be inserted before retiring and in the morning for 10 days. A second course of treatment may be taken if necessary.

Molecular formula: C12H14O2N4S
Molecular weight: 278.33
CAS No.57-68-1

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