Cefotaxime sodium



cefotaxime sodium cef·o·tax·ime sodium (sěf’ō-tāk’sēm’)
n.
A semisynthetic, parenteral cephalosporin antibiotic that inhibits cell-wall synthesis and is effective against a wide range of infections.

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