Azithromycin and loperamide are comparable to levofloxacin and loperamide for the treatment of traveler's diarrhea in United States military personnel in Turkey. The present review explores literature on loperamide in treating TD Sanders, 2007 , Turkey, RCT, US military personnel, 207, 207, No SAE, 16 mg. Azithromycin and loperamide are comparable to levofloxacin and loperamide for the treatment of travelers' diarrhea in United States military personnel in Turkey.
(usually a quinolone drug) and an antidiarrhoeal agent (such as loperamide) Dehydration is already happening by the time lonelyplanet.com IN TURKEY. No special inoculations are required for Turkey, although cautious travellers might want typhoid and tetanus jabs, particularly for eastern Anatolia. Some. If in doubt and in the hinterlands of Turkey, you can always find good yogurt I go to Europe every summer and always carry Imodium and.
The use of loperamide (anti-diarrheal medicine) is controversial. While loperamide does prevent diarrhea, that may not always be a good thing.