Ciprofloxacin

MOA: It functions by inhibiting DNA gyrase, and a type II topoisomerase, topoisomerase IV, necessary to separate bacterial DNA, thereby inhibiting cell division.

Drug Label Information | Brands:

Brands:


Abact®, Sarabhai
Bactiflox®, Mepha
Ceero®, Elys
Cibid®, Plethico
Ciflo®, Elys
Cifin®, Flamingo
Cifomed®, Aglowmed
Cifran®, Ranbaxy
Cifrotil®, Tablet
Cipad®, Questa
Ciprind®, Indoco
Cipro®, Orchid
Cipro-Z®, Zenufa
Ciprobay®, Bayer
Ciprobid®, Zydus
Ciprobiotic®, Emcure
Ciprocin®, EIPICO
Ciprocos®, Cosmos
Ciprodac®, Cadila pharm
Ciprodeal®, Biodeal
Cipro-Denk®, Denk
Ciprofred-500®,Fredun Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Ciprointa®, Intas
Ciproken®, Square
Ciprolab®, Lab & allied
Cipromax®, Mac’s
Cipron®, Shelys
Cipronat®, Dafra
Ciprosun®, Sun
Ciproquin®, Kopran
Ciprovon®, Emii
Ciprox®, Claris
Ciprozed®, Kopran
Civell®, Medipharm
Co-Flox®, Regal
Ladinin®, Pharmathen
Neofloxin®, Beximco
Nircip®, Nirlife
Pharmabay®, Pharmaniaga
Proflax®, GSK
Proxacin®, Medreich
Recipro®, Aurobindo
Roxin®, Efroze
Quintor®, Torrent
Scanax®, P.T Tempo Scan
Strox®, Universal
Ulcip®, Cipla
Viprolox®, Aegis

Indications


Used to treat infections of bones and joints, endocarditis, gastroenteritis, malignant otitis externa, respiratory tract infections, cellulitis, urinary tract infections, prostatitis, anthrax, and chancroid.

Contraindications


hypersensitive to any member of the quinolone class of antimicrobial agents
Children and infants
Taking tizanidine at the same time