Erythromycin ethylsuccinate and sulfisoxazole
acetyl, when reconstituted with water
as directed on the label, the granules form
a white, cherry flavored suspension
that provides the equivalent
of 200 mg erythromycin activity
and the equivalent
of 600 mg of sulfisoxazole
activity pe teaspoonful
(5 mL). Erythromycin is produced by a strain
of Saccaropolyspora erythraea and belongs to the macrolide
group of antibiotics.
It is basic and readily
forms salts and esters. Erythromycin ethylsuccinate is the 2-ethylsuccinyl
ester of erythromycin.
It is essentially a tasteless form of the antibiotic
suitable for oral administration,
particularly in suspension dosage
forms. The chemical
name is erythromycin
or N-acetyl sulfisoxazole
is an ester of sulfisoxazole.
is N'-(3, 4- dimethyl-5- isoxazotyl) sulfanilamide.
Inactive Ingredients: Artificial flavor, lactose
anhydrous, methylparaben, polysorbate 80, povidone, simethicone,
anhydrous and sucrose.