AmoxicillinAmoxicillin
By: Anekha Birdi, Victoria Garza
and Angelina Aguire
HistoryHistory
 A prescription drug (antibiotic)
 Originally discovered: 1972, Beeham Research
Laboratories, United King...
Classification/ What it TreatsClassification/ What it Treats
• Chewable
• Powder
• Tablet
• Middle ear, nose, throat, tons...
NicknamesNicknames
• Common usage:
o Amocin
o Trimox
• Other:
o Dispermox
o Alphamox
Affect on the Body/ Legal or IllegalAffect on the Body/ Legal or Illegal
 Fights bacterial infections
 Prevents from for...
Long Term EffectsLong Term Effects
 Diarrhea
 Fever
 Chills
 Dizziness
 Heartburn
 Nausea
 Itching
 Confusion
 Ea...
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Amoxicillin Anekha, Victoria, Angelina

  1. 1. AmoxicillinAmoxicillin By: Anekha Birdi, Victoria Garza and Angelina Aguire
  2. 2. HistoryHistory  A prescription drug (antibiotic)  Originally discovered: 1972, Beeham Research Laboratories, United Kingdom  In the family of penicillin's  Treats a wider range of infections
  3. 3. Classification/ What it TreatsClassification/ What it Treats • Chewable • Powder • Tablet • Middle ear, nose, throat, tonsils, bronchitis, lugs, and infection on skin, etc.
  4. 4. NicknamesNicknames • Common usage: o Amocin o Trimox • Other: o Dispermox o Alphamox
  5. 5. Affect on the Body/ Legal or IllegalAffect on the Body/ Legal or Illegal  Fights bacterial infections  Prevents from forming walls/ multiplying  Legal because it is given as an antibiotic
  6. 6. Long Term EffectsLong Term Effects  Diarrhea  Fever  Chills  Dizziness  Heartburn  Nausea  Itching  Confusion  Easy bruising  Rash  Allergic reactions

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