Teflaro Uses

How Does This Medicine Work?

Teflaro is a cephalosporin antibiotic. Cephalosporins are part of a larger group of medications known as beta-lactam antibiotics, named after the ring-like "lactam" structure of these drugs. Teflaro works by stopping bacteria from making cell walls, which eventually causes the bacteria to die. Cephalosporins are related to penicillin.
 

Is It Safe for Children to Use Teflaro?

Teflaro is not approved for use in children, as it has not yet been adequately studied in this age group. Talk with your child's healthcare provider about the benefits and risks of using this medicine in children.
 

Off-Label Teflaro Uses

On occasion, your healthcare provider may recommend Teflaro for something other than treating the infections discussed in this article. This is called an "off-label" use. Using Teflaro to treat or prevent other types of infections would be an example of an off-label use.
 

Teflaro Antibiotic Information

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