Pneumonia, exacerbation of chronic bronchitis. 400 mg q 12 hr for 10 days.
Acute uncomplicated gonorrhea. One 400-mg dose. The Centers for
B Disease Control also recommend adding doxycycline.
Cervicitis/urethritis due to C. trachomatis or N. gonorrhoeae. 300 mg q 12 hr for 7 days.
Mild to moderate skin and skin structure infections. 400 mg q 12 hr for 10 days.
Cystitis due to E. coli or K. pneu-moniae.
Cystitis due to other organisms. 200 mg q 12 hr for 7 days.
Complicated UTIs. 200 mg q 12 hr for 10 days.
Prostatitis. 300 mg q 12 hr for 6 weeks.
Epididymitis. 300 mg PO b.i.d. for 10 days.
Pelvic inflammatory disease, outpatient.
NOTE: The dose should be adjusted in clients with a CCR of 50 mL/min or less. If the CCR is 10-50 mL/min, the dosage interval should be q 24 hr, and if CCR is less than 10 mL/min, the dose should be half the recommended dose given q 24 hr.
• Ophthalmic Solution (0.3%) Conjunctivitis.
Initial: 1-2 gtt in the affected eye(s) q 2-4 hr for the first 2 days; then, 1-2 gtt q.i.d. for five additional days.
• Otic Solution (0.3%) Otitis externa, otitis media.
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