Definition of "trimoxazole" [trimoxazole]

  • A combination of trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole used to treat bacterial infections (noun)

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Use "trimoxazole" in a sentence
  • "In 2007, 200,000 HIV-positive TB patients were enrolled on co-trimoxazole treatment to prevent opportunistic infections and 100,000 were on antiretroviral therapy."
  • "Co-trimoxazole, a combination of two drugs that is one of the cheapest antibiotics in the world, was used in a test that involved"
  • "They contend that the results are so emphatic that co-trimoxazole should be administered as a matter of course to all children in Africa who have been diagnosed with HIV."