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Streptomycin Drug Description
Streptomycin
for Injection USP
1 gram* / vial
*Each vial contains Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent to 1 gram Streptomycin.
For Intramuscular Use
To reduce the development of drug-resistant bacteria and maintain the effectiveness
of streptomycin and other antibacterial drugs, streptomycin should be used only
to treat or prevent infections that are proven or strongly suspected to be caused
by bacteria.


WARNING

THE RISK OF SEVERE NEUROTOXIC REACTIONS IS SHARPLY INCREASED IN PATIENTSWITH
IMPAIRED RENAL FUNCTION OR PRE-RENAL AZOTEMIA. THESE INCLUDE DISTURBANCES OF
VESTIBULAR AND COCHLEAR FUNCTION, OPTIC NERVE DYSFUNCTION, PERIPHERAL NEURITIS,
ARACHNOIDITIS, AND ENCEPHALOPATHY MAY ALSO OCCUR. THE INCIDENCE OF CLINICALLY
DETECTABLE, IRREVERSIBLE VESTIBULAR DAMAGE IS PARTICULARLY HIGH IN PATIENTS
TREATED WITH STREPTOMYCIN.
RENAL FUNCTION SHOULD BE MONITORED CAREFULLY; PATIENTS WITH RENAL IMPAIRMENT
AND/OR NITROGEN RETENTION SHOULD RECEIVE REDUCED DOSES. THE PEAK SERUM CONCENTRATION
IN INDIVIDUALS WITH KIDNEY DAMAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 20 TO 25 MCG/ML.
THE CONCURRENT OR SEQUENTIAL USE OF OTHER NEUROTOXIC AND/OR NEPHROTOXIC DRUGS
WITH STREPTOMYCIN SULFATE, INCLUDING NEOMYCIN, KANAMYCIN, GENTAMICIN, CEPHALORIDINE,
PAROMOMYCIN, VIOMYCIN, POLYMYXIN B, COLISTIN, TOBRAMYCIN AND CYCLOSPORINE SHOULD
BE AVOIDED.
THE NEUROTOXICITY OF STREPTOMYCIN CAN RESULT IN RESPIRATORY PARALYSIS FROM NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKAGE, ESPECIALLYWHEN THE DRUG IS GIVEN SOON AFTER THE USE
OF ANESTHESIA OR MUSCLE RELAXANTS.
THE ADMINISTRATION OF STREPTOMYCIN IN PARENTERAL FORM SHOULD BE RESERVED FOR
PATIENTS WHERE ADEQUATE LABORATORY AND AUDIOMETRIC TESTING FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE
DURING THERAPY.

DRUG DESCRIPTION
Streptomycin is a water-soluble aminoglycoside derived from Streptomyces
griseus. It is marketed as the sulfate salt of streptomycin. The chemical
name of streptomycin sulfate is D-Streptamine, O-2-deoxy-2-(methylamino)-α-L-glucopyranosyl-(1→2)-O-5-deoxy-3-C-formyl-α-L-lyxofuranosyl-(1→4)-N,N1-bis(aminoiminomethyl)-,sulfate
(2:3) (salt).The molecular formula for Streptomycin Sulfate is (C21H39N7O12)2-3H2SO4
and the molecular weight is 1457.41. It has the following structural formula:








Streptomycin for Injection, equivalent to 1 gram streptomycin /vial is supplied
as a sterile nonpyrogenic lyophillized cake for intramuscular use after reconstitution.
The lyophillized cake may reduce to a powder during shipping.
After reconstitution the pH range for Streptomycin for Injection should be
between 4.5 and 7.0 in a solution containing 200 mg of streptomycin activity
per mL.
*Each vial contains Sterile Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent
to 1 gram of Streptomycin.Last reviewed on RxList: 6/20/2008




Streptomycin Drug Description
Streptomycin
for Injection USP
1 gram* / vial
*Each vial contains Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent to 1 gram Streptomycin.
For Intramuscular Use
To reduce the development of drug-resistant bacteria and maintain the effectiveness
of streptomycin and other antibacterial drugs, streptomycin should be used only
to treat or prevent infections that are proven or strongly suspected to be caused
by bacteria.


WARNING

THE RISK OF SEVERE NEUROTOXIC REACTIONS IS SHARPLY INCREASED IN PATIENTSWITH
IMPAIRED RENAL FUNCTION OR PRE-RENAL AZOTEMIA. THESE INCLUDE DISTURBANCES OF
VESTIBULAR AND COCHLEAR FUNCTION, OPTIC NERVE DYSFUNCTION, PERIPHERAL NEURITIS,
ARACHNOIDITIS, AND ENCEPHALOPATHY MAY ALSO OCCUR. THE INCIDENCE OF CLINICALLY
DETECTABLE, IRREVERSIBLE VESTIBULAR DAMAGE IS PARTICULARLY HIGH IN PATIENTS
TREATED WITH STREPTOMYCIN.
RENAL FUNCTION SHOULD BE MONITORED CAREFULLY; PATIENTS WITH RENAL IMPAIRMENT
AND/OR NITROGEN RETENTION SHOULD RECEIVE REDUCED DOSES. THE PEAK SERUM CONCENTRATION
IN INDIVIDUALS WITH KIDNEY DAMAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 20 TO 25 MCG/ML.
THE CONCURRENT OR SEQUENTIAL USE OF OTHER NEUROTOXIC AND/OR NEPHROTOXIC DRUGS
WITH STREPTOMYCIN SULFATE, INCLUDING NEOMYCIN, KANAMYCIN, GENTAMICIN, CEPHALORIDINE,
PAROMOMYCIN, VIOMYCIN, POLYMYXIN B, COLISTIN, TOBRAMYCIN AND CYCLOSPORINE SHOULD
BE AVOIDED.
THE NEUROTOXICITY OF STREPTOMYCIN CAN RESULT IN RESPIRATORY PARALYSIS FROM NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKAGE, ESPECIALLYWHEN THE DRUG IS GIVEN SOON AFTER THE USE
OF ANESTHESIA OR MUSCLE RELAXANTS.
THE ADMINISTRATION OF STREPTOMYCIN IN PARENTERAL FORM SHOULD BE RESERVED FOR
PATIENTS WHERE ADEQUATE LABORATORY AND AUDIOMETRIC TESTING FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE
DURING THERAPY.

DRUG DESCRIPTION
Streptomycin is a water-soluble aminoglycoside derived from Streptomyces
griseus. It is marketed as the sulfate salt of streptomycin. The chemical
name of streptomycin sulfate is D-Streptamine, O-2-deoxy-2-(methylamino)-α-L-glucopyranosyl-(1→2)-O-5-deoxy-3-C-formyl-α-L-lyxofuranosyl-(1→4)-N,N1-bis(aminoiminomethyl)-,sulfate
(2:3) (salt).The molecular formula for Streptomycin Sulfate is (C21H39N7O12)2-3H2SO4
and the molecular weight is 1457.41. It has the following structural formula:








Streptomycin for Injection, equivalent to 1 gram streptomycin /vial is supplied
as a sterile nonpyrogenic lyophillized cake for intramuscular use after reconstitution.
The lyophillized cake may reduce to a powder during shipping.
After reconstitution the pH range for Streptomycin for Injection should be
between 4.5 and 7.0 in a solution containing 200 mg of streptomycin activity
per mL.
*Each vial contains Sterile Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent
to 1 gram of Streptomycin.Last reviewed on RxList: 6/20/2008




Streptomycin Drug Description
Streptomycin
for Injection USP
1 gram* / vial
*Each vial contains Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent to 1 gram Streptomycin.
For Intramuscular Use
To reduce the development of drug-resistant bacteria and maintain the effectiveness
of streptomycin and other antibacterial drugs, streptomycin should be used only
to treat or prevent infections that are proven or strongly suspected to be caused
by bacteria.


WARNING

THE RISK OF SEVERE NEUROTOXIC REACTIONS IS SHARPLY INCREASED IN PATIENTSWITH
IMPAIRED RENAL FUNCTION OR PRE-RENAL AZOTEMIA. THESE INCLUDE DISTURBANCES OF
VESTIBULAR AND COCHLEAR FUNCTION, OPTIC NERVE DYSFUNCTION, PERIPHERAL NEURITIS,
ARACHNOIDITIS, AND ENCEPHALOPATHY MAY ALSO OCCUR. THE INCIDENCE OF CLINICALLY
DETECTABLE, IRREVERSIBLE VESTIBULAR DAMAGE IS PARTICULARLY HIGH IN PATIENTS
TREATED WITH STREPTOMYCIN.
RENAL FUNCTION SHOULD BE MONITORED CAREFULLY; PATIENTS WITH RENAL IMPAIRMENT
AND/OR NITROGEN RETENTION SHOULD RECEIVE REDUCED DOSES. THE PEAK SERUM CONCENTRATION
IN INDIVIDUALS WITH KIDNEY DAMAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 20 TO 25 MCG/ML.
THE CONCURRENT OR SEQUENTIAL USE OF OTHER NEUROTOXIC AND/OR NEPHROTOXIC DRUGS
WITH STREPTOMYCIN SULFATE, INCLUDING NEOMYCIN, KANAMYCIN, GENTAMICIN, CEPHALORIDINE,
PAROMOMYCIN, VIOMYCIN, POLYMYXIN B, COLISTIN, TOBRAMYCIN AND CYCLOSPORINE SHOULD
BE AVOIDED.
THE NEUROTOXICITY OF STREPTOMYCIN CAN RESULT IN RESPIRATORY PARALYSIS FROM NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKAGE, ESPECIALLYWHEN THE DRUG IS GIVEN SOON AFTER THE USE
OF ANESTHESIA OR MUSCLE RELAXANTS.
THE ADMINISTRATION OF STREPTOMYCIN IN PARENTERAL FORM SHOULD BE RESERVED FOR
PATIENTS WHERE ADEQUATE LABORATORY AND AUDIOMETRIC TESTING FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE
DURING THERAPY.

DRUG DESCRIPTION
Streptomycin is a water-soluble aminoglycoside derived from Streptomyces
griseus. It is marketed as the sulfate salt of streptomycin. The chemical
name of streptomycin sulfate is D-Streptamine, O-2-deoxy-2-(methylamino)-α-L-glucopyranosyl-(1→2)-O-5-deoxy-3-C-formyl-α-L-lyxofuranosyl-(1→4)-N,N1-bis(aminoiminomethyl)-,sulfate
(2:3) (salt).The molecular formula for Streptomycin Sulfate is (C21H39N7O12)2-3H2SO4
and the molecular weight is 1457.41. It has the following structural formula:








Streptomycin for Injection, equivalent to 1 gram streptomycin /vial is supplied
as a sterile nonpyrogenic lyophillized cake for intramuscular use after reconstitution.
The lyophillized cake may reduce to a powder during shipping.
After reconstitution the pH range for Streptomycin for Injection should be
between 4.5 and 7.0 in a solution containing 200 mg of streptomycin activity
per mL.
*Each vial contains Sterile Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent
to 1 gram of Streptomycin.Last reviewed on RxList: 6/20/2008




Streptomycin Drug Description
Streptomycin
for Injection USP
1 gram* / vial
*Each vial contains Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent to 1 gram Streptomycin.
For Intramuscular Use
To reduce the development of drug-resistant bacteria and maintain the effectiveness
of streptomycin and other antibacterial drugs, streptomycin should be used only
to treat or prevent infections that are proven or strongly suspected to be caused
by bacteria.


WARNING

THE RISK OF SEVERE NEUROTOXIC REACTIONS IS SHARPLY INCREASED IN PATIENTSWITH
IMPAIRED RENAL FUNCTION OR PRE-RENAL AZOTEMIA. THESE INCLUDE DISTURBANCES OF
VESTIBULAR AND COCHLEAR FUNCTION, OPTIC NERVE DYSFUNCTION, PERIPHERAL NEURITIS,
ARACHNOIDITIS, AND ENCEPHALOPATHY MAY ALSO OCCUR. THE INCIDENCE OF CLINICALLY
DETECTABLE, IRREVERSIBLE VESTIBULAR DAMAGE IS PARTICULARLY HIGH IN PATIENTS
TREATED WITH STREPTOMYCIN.
RENAL FUNCTION SHOULD BE MONITORED CAREFULLY; PATIENTS WITH RENAL IMPAIRMENT
AND/OR NITROGEN RETENTION SHOULD RECEIVE REDUCED DOSES. THE PEAK SERUM CONCENTRATION
IN INDIVIDUALS WITH KIDNEY DAMAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 20 TO 25 MCG/ML.
THE CONCURRENT OR SEQUENTIAL USE OF OTHER NEUROTOXIC AND/OR NEPHROTOXIC DRUGS
WITH STREPTOMYCIN SULFATE, INCLUDING NEOMYCIN, KANAMYCIN, GENTAMICIN, CEPHALORIDINE,
PAROMOMYCIN, VIOMYCIN, POLYMYXIN B, COLISTIN, TOBRAMYCIN AND CYCLOSPORINE SHOULD
BE AVOIDED.
THE NEUROTOXICITY OF STREPTOMYCIN CAN RESULT IN RESPIRATORY PARALYSIS FROM NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKAGE, ESPECIALLYWHEN THE DRUG IS GIVEN SOON AFTER THE USE
OF ANESTHESIA OR MUSCLE RELAXANTS.
THE ADMINISTRATION OF STREPTOMYCIN IN PARENTERAL FORM SHOULD BE RESERVED FOR
PATIENTS WHERE ADEQUATE LABORATORY AND AUDIOMETRIC TESTING FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE
DURING THERAPY.

DRUG DESCRIPTION
Streptomycin is a water-soluble aminoglycoside derived from Streptomyces
griseus. It is marketed as the sulfate salt of streptomycin. The chemical
name of streptomycin sulfate is D-Streptamine, O-2-deoxy-2-(methylamino)-α-L-glucopyranosyl-(1→2)-O-5-deoxy-3-C-formyl-α-L-lyxofuranosyl-(1→4)-N,N1-bis(aminoiminomethyl)-,sulfate
(2:3) (salt).The molecular formula for Streptomycin Sulfate is (C21H39N7O12)2-3H2SO4
and the molecular weight is 1457.41. It has the following structural formula:








Streptomycin for Injection, equivalent to 1 gram streptomycin /vial is supplied
as a sterile nonpyrogenic lyophillized cake for intramuscular use after reconstitution.
The lyophillized cake may reduce to a powder during shipping.
After reconstitution the pH range for Streptomycin for Injection should be
between 4.5 and 7.0 in a solution containing 200 mg of streptomycin activity
per mL.
*Each vial contains Sterile Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent
to 1 gram of Streptomycin.Last reviewed on RxList: 6/20/2008




Streptomycin Drug Description
Streptomycin
for Injection USP
1 gram* / vial
*Each vial contains Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent to 1 gram Streptomycin.
For Intramuscular Use
To reduce the development of drug-resistant bacteria and maintain the effectiveness
of streptomycin and other antibacterial drugs, streptomycin should be used only
to treat or prevent infections that are proven or strongly suspected to be caused
by bacteria.


WARNING

THE RISK OF SEVERE NEUROTOXIC REACTIONS IS SHARPLY INCREASED IN PATIENTSWITH
IMPAIRED RENAL FUNCTION OR PRE-RENAL AZOTEMIA. THESE INCLUDE DISTURBANCES OF
VESTIBULAR AND COCHLEAR FUNCTION, OPTIC NERVE DYSFUNCTION, PERIPHERAL NEURITIS,
ARACHNOIDITIS, AND ENCEPHALOPATHY MAY ALSO OCCUR. THE INCIDENCE OF CLINICALLY
DETECTABLE, IRREVERSIBLE VESTIBULAR DAMAGE IS PARTICULARLY HIGH IN PATIENTS
TREATED WITH STREPTOMYCIN.
RENAL FUNCTION SHOULD BE MONITORED CAREFULLY; PATIENTS WITH RENAL IMPAIRMENT
AND/OR NITROGEN RETENTION SHOULD RECEIVE REDUCED DOSES. THE PEAK SERUM CONCENTRATION
IN INDIVIDUALS WITH KIDNEY DAMAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 20 TO 25 MCG/ML.
THE CONCURRENT OR SEQUENTIAL USE OF OTHER NEUROTOXIC AND/OR NEPHROTOXIC DRUGS
WITH STREPTOMYCIN SULFATE, INCLUDING NEOMYCIN, KANAMYCIN, GENTAMICIN, CEPHALORIDINE,
PAROMOMYCIN, VIOMYCIN, POLYMYXIN B, COLISTIN, TOBRAMYCIN AND CYCLOSPORINE SHOULD
BE AVOIDED.
THE NEUROTOXICITY OF STREPTOMYCIN CAN RESULT IN RESPIRATORY PARALYSIS FROM NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKAGE, ESPECIALLYWHEN THE DRUG IS GIVEN SOON AFTER THE USE
OF ANESTHESIA OR MUSCLE RELAXANTS.
THE ADMINISTRATION OF STREPTOMYCIN IN PARENTERAL FORM SHOULD BE RESERVED FOR
PATIENTS WHERE ADEQUATE LABORATORY AND AUDIOMETRIC TESTING FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE
DURING THERAPY.

DRUG DESCRIPTION
Streptomycin is a water-soluble aminoglycoside derived from Streptomyces
griseus. It is marketed as the sulfate salt of streptomycin. The chemical
name of streptomycin sulfate is D-Streptamine, O-2-deoxy-2-(methylamino)-α-L-glucopyranosyl-(1→2)-O-5-deoxy-3-C-formyl-α-L-lyxofuranosyl-(1→4)-N,N1-bis(aminoiminomethyl)-,sulfate
(2:3) (salt).The molecular formula for Streptomycin Sulfate is (C21H39N7O12)2-3H2SO4
and the molecular weight is 1457.41. It has the following structural formula:








Streptomycin for Injection, equivalent to 1 gram streptomycin /vial is supplied
as a sterile nonpyrogenic lyophillized cake for intramuscular use after reconstitution.
The lyophillized cake may reduce to a powder during shipping.
After reconstitution the pH range for Streptomycin for Injection should be
between 4.5 and 7.0 in a solution containing 200 mg of streptomycin activity
per mL.
*Each vial contains Sterile Streptomycin Sulfate USP equivalent
to 1 gram of Streptomycin.Last reviewed on RxList: 6/20/2008





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streptomycin n. An antibiotic, C 21 H 39 O 12 N 7 , produced by the actinomycete Streptomyces griseus, used to treat tuberculosis and other streptomycin: Definition from Answers.com


streptomycin , antibiotic produced by soil bacteria of the genus Streptomyces and active against both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria... streptomycin Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com ...


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