Augmentine

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Augmentin® is an antibiotic that is licensed to treat infection in adults, children, and infants. One component of the drug (amoxicillin) works by stopping bacteria from making cell walls, while the other component (clavulanate) augments the activity of amoxicillin. Augmentin, which is available by prescription, comes in the form of a liquid, tablets, and chewable tablets. Side effects may include diarrhea, rashes, and vomiting.
 
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