Rocefin

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Rocephin® (ceftriaxone) treats numerous common bacterial infections by preventing bacteria from building and maintaining their cell walls. It is a prescription antibiotic given as a shot or through an intravenous line (IV). Infections treated with Rocephin include meningitis, middle ear infections (otitis media), and respiratory tract infections. Common side effects of Rocephin include diarrhea, unexplained rash, and pain, warmth, and/or minor swelling at the injection site.
 
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