Active Ingredient(s): Ozenoxacin
Category: Antibiotics

Ozaenex Overview

Ozenoxacin (INN; trade names Ozaenex and Xepi) is a quinolone antibiotic being approved for the treatment of impetigo.[1] A 1% topical cream is approved for treatment of impetigo in Canada[2] and in the United States.[3] Ozenoxacin is active against some bacteria that have developed resistance to currently used quinolone and fluoroquinolone antibiotics.[4] References ^ "Ferrer successfully completes a phase III clinical tri...

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  • Cream: 1%
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