Cefixime Dicloxacillin And Lactic Acid Bacillus

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shakil patel Says:


i want name of drug for the combination of dicloxacilin cefixime and lactic acid bacillus spores


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jahaan Says:

mahacef xl 200 manufactured by mankind

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Camilo Pharmacist Says:

zifi lbx 200

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