Chloromycetin, also called chloramphenicol, the first broadspectrum antibiotic. Owing to the risk of aplastic anemia it is restricted to use in typhoid fever and serious Hemophilus infections, for topical use, and in eyedrops to treat bacterial infections of the eye..
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