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Cipro® (ciprofloxacin) is a prescription drug commonly used for the treatment of various bacterial infections. Specifically, some of the approved uses (or "indications") for Cipro include the treatment of infections such as:
 
Cipro is also approved to prevent infections or worsening of infections after exposure to inhaled anthrax in adults and children.
 
In some cases, healthcare providers may occasionally recommend medications for "off-label" reasons. Some of the possible off-label (unapproved) uses for Cipro include treating other infections caused by susceptible bacteria.
 
(Click Cipro Uses to learn more about Cipro's indications, including a detailed list of specific uses and information on whether this antibiotic is safe for children or the elderly.)
 
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