Levquin

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Levaquin® (levofloxacin) is a medicine commonly used for treating bacterial infections. It is also approved to prevent and treat plague. The antibiotic, which stops bacteria from multiplying by interfering with certain bacterial enzymes, can also be administered after exposure to inhaled anthrax to help prevent infection.
 
Levaquin comes in several different forms, including tablets, oral solution, and injection. Before your healthcare provider prescribes this drug, make sure you let him or her know about all existing medical conditions you have and all other medications you are taking.
 
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