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What is the generic name for Cipro?
ciproflaxin
-xacin
What is the generic name for Levaquin?
levoflacin
No dairy, antacids
What is the generic name for Avelox and Vigamox?
moxiflacin
What is the generic name for Noroxin?
norfloxacin
What is the generic name for Floxin and Ocuflox?
ofloxacin
What is the generic name for Flagyl?
metronidazole
Take with food, no alcohol
What is the generic name for Amphotec and Fungizone?
amphotericin B
Max Dose is 40 -50 g in one week due to absorption and thinning of skin.
What is the generic name for Loprox?
cicloprox
What is the generic name for Lotrimin?
clotrimazole
What is the generic name for Lotrisone?
clotrimazole/betamethasone
What is the generic name for Diflucan?
fluconazole
What is the generic name for Grisactin and Gris-peg?
griseofulvin
What is the generic name for Sporonox?
itraconazole
What is the generic name for Nizoral?
ketoconazole
What is the generic name for Monistat?
miconazole
What is the generic name for Nystatin
nystatin
What is the generic name for Lamisil?
terbinafine
What is the generic name for Terazol?
terconazole