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    Merrem intravenous


    What conditions does Merrem intravenous treat?

    Merrem intravenous is used to treat the following:

    meningococcal meningitis, Bacterial Meningitis caused by Haemophilus Influenzae, Bacterial Meningitis caused by Pneumococcus, Bacterial Meningitis caused by Streptococcus, Bacterial Meningitis, Complicated Inflammation of the Appendix, Complicated Appendicitis due to Streptococcus Bacteria, Complicated Appendicitis caused by E. Coli Bacteria, Complicated Appendicitis caused by Klebsiella Bacteria, Complicated Appendicitis caused by Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Complicated Appendicitis caused by Bacteroides Bacteria, Complicated Appendicitis caused by Peptostreptococcus, E. Coli Bacteria Infection of Abdominal Cavity Lining, Klebsiella Pneumoniae Infection of Abdominal Cavity Lining, Infection of Abdominal Cavity Lining due to Bacteroides, Peritonitis caused by Peptostreptococcus Bacteria, Infection of Abdominal Cavity Lining due to Streptococcus, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Abdominal Cavity Lining Infection, Abscess Within the Abdomen, Inflammation and Infection of the Abdomen Lining, Infection Within the Abdomen, Complicated Skin Infection

    Merrem intravenous may also be used to treat:

    Pneumonia caused by the Bacteria Anthrax, Bacterial Stomach or Intestine Infection caused by Anthrax, Infection of the Blood caused by the Bacteria Anthrax, Infection of the Brain or Spinal Cord caused by Anthrax, Melioidosis, sepsis caused by bacteria, Infection due to Nocardia Bacteria, Pus in Lungs caused by Bacteria Clostridium Perfringens, Infection caused by Campylobacter Fetus, Presumed Infection in Neutropenic Patient With Fever, Pneumonia caused by Acinetobacter Bacteria, Pneumonia caused by Bacteria, Pneumonia Acquired from Being Treated In a Hospital, Cystic Fibrosis and Infection from Pseudomonas Bacteria, Diverticulitis, Infection of the Biliary Tract, Infection of Urinary Tract with Complications, Diabetic Foot Infection, Infection of Lining of Brain and/or Spinal Cord of Newborn, Blood or Tissue Infection Affecting Whole Body of Newborn, Pediatric Fever without a Source

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