Levofloxin

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Levofloxacin (Levaquin®) is a medication that is commonly prescribed to treat bacterial infections. It is also approved for the prevention of infection after exposure to inhaled anthrax, and for the prevention or treatment of plague. The drug works to stop bacteria from multiplying by interfering with certain bacterial enzymes. It comes in the form of tablets, an oral solution, and an injection. You should talk to your healthcare provider before taking levofloxacin if you have epilepsy, hypokalemia, or kidney disease.
 
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