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pipo Says:

drug study of sulperazone

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Malay Says:

Where is the information? If you dont have it. STOP WASTING TIME OF OTHERS.

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Verwon Says:

The active ingredient in Sulperazone is Cefoperazone, commonly sold in the US under the brand name Cefobid. This is a Cephalosporin antibiotic, used to treat various types of bacterial infections.

Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, skin rash, drowsiness and diarrhea.

You can read more about this medication here:


I am not certain what type of drug studies you are looking for, but please post back and let me know, I will gladly see what I can find.

Also, let me know if you need any other information!

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dr.atiq Says:

after preparing sulperazone injection for how long it remain stable at room temperature.

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phd-alaa Says:

a clinical pharmacist

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aeril Says:

24 hrs after reconstitution at room temperature

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jaykanoo Says:

Doctor had precribed of Sulperazone of 1gm injection for wheezing problem.
Does this really help ?

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