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Trade names are indicative and excipients composition can be different depending on the country and manufacturers

Bactazid Chile
Bagram Mexico
Biotum Poland
Cefatril Brazil
Cefidime Egypt
Cefortam Portugal
Ceftamil Romania
Ceftim Italy
Ceftimira Chile
Ceftram Ecuador
Efadima Chile
Fortam Spain, Switzerland
Fortaz Brazil, Canada, United States of America
Fortum Argentina, Australia, Austria, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Ireland, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela
Ftazidime Greece
Glazidim Belgium, Finland, Italy, Luxembourg
Iesetum Turkey
Intracef Brazil
Kefadim Belgium, Brazil, Egypt, Great Britain, Morocco, Saudi Arabia
Kefamin Spain
Kefazim Austria
Kefzim Republic of South Africa
Lorazidime Iran
Negacef Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates
Novocral Greece
Panzid Italy
Parzidime Saudi Arabia
Pluseptic Argentina
Sigmazidim Egypt
Solvetan Denmark, Greece
Spectrum Italy
Starcef Italy
Sturdizime Mexico
Sumizidima Colombia
Tazicef United States of America
Zadolina Mexico
Zidacef Saudi Arabia
Zidime Morocco, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates
Zidimox Portugal

Factors which affect stability   Injection   Factors which affect stability : Ceftazidime        
Solvent Sodium chloride 0,9% Induces Enhanced stability 585
Solvent NaHCO3 Induces Degradation 3543
Temperature Increase Induces Degradation 1651
Temperature Increase Induces Degradation 2450
Temperature 37°C Induces Reduced stability 3651
PH PH >10 Induces Degradation 1759
PH PH > 9 Induces Degradation 3883
PH PH < 4 Induces Precipitation 1759

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