Nafcillin Antibiotic Information

Nafcillin is an antibiotic that is available in generic form only. This prescription drug is used to treat bacterial infections and is given as an injection into a vein or a muscle. It is typically given two to six times a day.
 
Although most people who use this medicine tolerate it fairly well, side effects are possible. Some of the potential side effects include allergic reactions and irritation at the injection site. Fortunately, most reactions to the drug tend to be mild and easy to treat.
 
While this antibiotic can be effective at treating various infections, nafcillin is not appropriate for everyone. Information on your medical history should be reviewed with your healthcare provider before starting treatment to reduce your risk for certain complications. This includes warnings for people who are allergic to penicillin, those with kidney disease, or women who are pregnant or nursing.
 
(Click Nafcillin for more information on this antibiotic, including how it works, specific uses, and helpful dosing tips.)
 
 

Nafcillin Antibiotic Information

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