doxycycline†

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General

Pronunciation:
dox-i-sye-kleen


doxycycline†

Trade Name(s)

  • Acticlate
  • Apprilon Canadian Tradename
  • Atridox Canadian Tradename
  • Doryx
  • Doryx MPC
  • Doxy
  • Doxy Caps
  • Doxycin Canadian Tradename
  • Doxytab Canadian Tradename
  • Monodox
  • Oracea
  • Periostat Canadian Tradename
  • Vibramycin

Ther. Class.
anti-infectives

Pharm. Class.
tetracyclines

† As the recommendations for treating/preventing anthrax are still evolving, all health care professionals are urged to check the most current recommendations at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Web site (www.bt.cdc.gov).

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General

Pronunciation:
dox-i-sye-kleen


doxycycline†

Trade Name(s)

  • Acticlate
  • Apprilon Canadian Tradename
  • Atridox Canadian Tradename
  • Doryx
  • Doryx MPC
  • Doxy
  • Doxy Caps
  • Doxycin Canadian Tradename
  • Doxytab Canadian Tradename
  • Monodox
  • Oracea
  • Periostat Canadian Tradename
  • Vibramycin

Ther. Class.
anti-infectives

Pharm. Class.
tetracyclines

† As the recommendations for treating/preventing anthrax are still evolving, all health care professionals are urged to check the most current recommendations at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Web site (www.bt.cdc.gov).

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