Liviquin

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Levaquin® (levofloxacin), a prescription antibiotic, is used for the treatment of various bacterial infections. It is also licensed to prevent infection in people who have been exposed to inhaled anthrax. It is also approved to prevent and treat plague.
 
The medication comes in tablet, oral solution, and injectable form and is generally taken once a day. There is no standard Levaquin dosage that will work for all situations; your healthcare provider will recommend your dose based on your age and weight, the type of infection, and the type of bacteria causing the infection.
 
(Click Levaquin to find out how Levaquin works, for suggestions on when and how to take the drug, and for a list of potential side effects of the medicine. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Levaquin.)
 
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