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BOF: 107

A 26 year old male who is a known asthmatic, well controlled on inhaled steroids and beta agonists and oral theophylline derivative, had seen his GP with a history of cough productive of yellow sputum.

The GP prescribed an antibiotic on account of the presumed chest infection and 2 days later the patient presented to the casualty unit with a seizure.

Which one of the following antibiotics is the GP likely to have prescribed?

a)       Amoxicillin

b)       Augmentin

c)       Erythromycin

d)       Clarithromycin

e)       Ciprofloxacin

 

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