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Considering taking medication to treat Bacterial Infection with Chronic Bronchitis? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Bacterial Infection with Chronic Bronchitis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Zithromax Z-Pak oral     121 User Reviews
Zithromax TRI-PAK oral     2 User Reviews
Zithromax oral     77 User Reviews
Suprax oral     42 User Reviews
Sulfatrim oral     3 User Reviews
sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim oral     97 User Reviews
sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim intravenous     12 User Reviews
moxifloxacin oral     5 User Reviews
moxifloxacin in NaCl (iso-osm) IV     1 User Reviews
levofloxacin oral     144 User Reviews
levofloxacin IV     3 User Reviews
levofloxacin in D5W IV     2 User Reviews
Levaquin oral     883 User Reviews
Levaquin in 5 % dextrose IV     4 User Reviews
gemifloxacin oral     2 User Reviews
Factive oral     60 User Reviews
clarithromycin oral     189 User Reviews
cefuroxime axetil oral     126 User Reviews
Ceftin oral     85 User Reviews
cefprozil oral     29 User Reviews
cefpodoxime oral     8 User Reviews
cefixime oral     5 User Reviews
Biaxin XL Pak oral     2 User Reviews
Biaxin XL oral     38 User Reviews
Biaxin oral     220 User Reviews
Bactrim oral     213 User Reviews
Bactrim DS oral     477 User Reviews
azithromycin oral     500 User Reviews
Avelox oral     734 User Reviews
Avelox in NaCl (iso-osmotic) IV     4 User Reviews
Avelox ABC Pack oral     10 User Reviews
Augmentin oral     383 User Reviews
ampicillin sodium IV     Be the first to review it
ampicillin sodium inj     1 User Reviews
ampicillin oral     15 User Reviews
amoxicillin-pot clavulanate oral     97 User Reviews
amoxicillin oral     318 User Reviews

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