Ceftriaxone Hcl Drug Information

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I want to know the schedule category of ceftriaxone, which is used as an antibiotic in dry powder form?


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Good morning sir/madam. Can Ceftriaxon sodium treat piles? If not, which other antibiotics can help treat external or internal piles? Thanks.

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