Keflex Pills

Keflex® (cephalexin) is a prescription medicine licensed to treat a number of common bacterial infections, such as respiratory tract infections, sinus infections, and skin infections. It is also approved for preventing heart valve infections.
 
Keflex is part of a class of antibiotics called cephalosporins. It works by preventing bacteria from making and maintaining their cell wall. Without a cell wall, bacteria are vulnerable and ultimately die. As a result, the infection is kept from spreading within the body.
 
This antibiotic comes in the form of capsules and an oral solution. It is typically taken two to four times a day, depending on the particular type of infection being treated. Keflex pills should be stored at room temperature, while the liquid form should be refrigerated. Both products should be kept protected from light, moisture, and excessive heat.
 
(Click Keflex for more information on when and how to take Keflex pills and liquid, to find out what side effects may occur, and to learn about the warnings associated with this product.)
 
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