Monday, 12 September 2011



Broad Spectrum Antibiotic

Penbritin is a broad spectrum penicillin and it acts against various gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria.

Excessive use can increase serum levels.

If administered orally - 40% is excreted through urine.
If administered by parenteral means - 60% is excreted through urine.

Penbritin should be used in pregnancy only when the material benefits out-run the risks associated with it's use.

Patients with kidney problems should use lesser amounts of the medicine.

Excess use may cause nausea.

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