Cefatrizine Propylene Glycol

(BANM, pINNM)
Synonyms: Cefatrizina propilenglicol; Cefatrizinas propilenglikolis; Céfatrizine propylèneglycol; Cefatrizin-propilénglikol; Cefatrizinpropylenglykol; Cefatrizin-propylenglykol; Cefatrizinum propylen glycolum; Cefatrizinum Propylenglycolum; Kefatritsiinipropyleeniglykoli. (7R)-7-( 4-ylthiomethyl)-3-cephem-4-carboxylate propylene glycol.
Cyrillic synonym: Цефатризин Пропиленгликол.

💊 Chemical information

Chemical formula: C18H18N6O5S2, (C3H8O2)n.
CAS — 64217-62-5.
ATC — J01DB07.
ATC Vet — QJ01DB07.

Pharmacopoeias.

In Eur. and Jpn.

Ph. Eur. 6.2

(Cefatrizine Propylene Glycol). A white or almost white powder. Slightly soluble in water; practically insoluble in alcohol and in dichloromethane.

💊 Profile

Cefatrizine is a cephalosporin antibacterial with actions and uses similar to those of cefalexin, although it might be more active in vitro. It is given orally as the base or, more often, as a compound with propylene glycol, in usual doses equivalent to 500 mg twice daily of cefatrizine.

💊 Preparations

Proprietary Preparations

Belg.: Cefaperos; Fr.: Cefaperos†; Gr.: Anfagladin; Axelorax; Banadroxin†; Ceftazin; Cetrizin; Clomin†; Fica-F; Gertemycin; Izerin; Kentacef; Klevasin; Liamycin; Liferost; Lingopen; Mekan†; Nibocin; Northiron; Phacobiotic†; Relyovix; Specicef-N; Trixilan; Ital.: Biotrixina†; Cefatrix†; Cetrazil†; Cetrinox†; Faretrizin; Ipatrizina†; Ketrizin; Miracef†; Novacef†; Tamyl†; Tricef†; Trizina; Port.: Macropen; Supracefa.
Published December 22, 2018.