Establishing the Role of Tigecycline in an era of Antimicrobial Resistance

Jason J. Schafer; Debra A. Goff

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Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther. 2008;6(5):557-567. 

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Regulatory Affairs

Tigecycline was approved in June 2005 by the FDA for the treatment of cSSIs and cIAIs in adult patients. Since that time, the drug has also been approved in many South American countries, including Argentina, Brazil and Colombia. In May 2006, the European Commission also granted its approval of tigecycline for use in cSSIs and cIAIs.[2]

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