Used against anaerobes and certain parasitic infections
7. Erthromycin and other macrolides
Used mainly as a second line drug for penicillin. Used first line for legionella and sometimes for chlamydial and mycoplasmal infections
Clindamycin is mainly used in the treatment of anaerobic infections.
For MRSA infections
Tetracycline and doxyclyine are used for a wide variety of bacterial, chlamydial, and rickettsial infections
Sulphonamides are often used in conjunction with trimethroprim. It is used for treating UTI and respiratory infections
Ciprofloxacin and Ofloxacin are active against a large umber of gram-negative bacilli including P. aeruginosa.