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Mupirocin, mupirocin calcium (Bactroban, Bactroban Nasal, Centany) is an antibiotic that is used topically for the treatment of impetigo, MRSA, and staph infections. The nasal spray may be prescribed for individuals that come into contact with patients infected with MRSA, or other infectious diseases. Drug interactions and side effects should be reviewed prior to taking this medication.

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Terms related to mupirocin:

  • Bactroban
  • Bactroban Nasal
  • Centany