Aug 1, 1977

In vitro susceptibility studies with cefaclor and cephalexin

Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
W M ScheldM A Sande

Abstract

The in vitro activity of cefaclor and cephalexin against clinical isolates of four bacterial genera was compared. Both agents had a similar range of activity, but cefaclor was significantly more active by weight than cephalexin for most isolates tested.

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Cephalexin, Monosodium Salt, (6R-(6alpha,7beta))-Isomer
In Vitro [Publication Type]
Cephalosporanic Acids
Cephalexin
Cefaclor
Fungus Drug Sensitivity Tests

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