Friday, May 21, 2010

Tigecycline- Works Well but Watch Out For the Sun

Intracellular drug levels of many antibiotics are reduced by efflux pumps which often make the intracellular levels of the drug too low to have a beneficial effect. With Tigecycline, the efflux pump is inhibited which increases intracellular concentrations. Nausea can be extreme in some cases. Sun sensitivity is an issue, so beware in these summer months.

My personal experience was that Tigecycline cleared out my head! There's no other way that I can put it.

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