Amoxicillin Induced Immediate Allergic Reaction– A Case Report

Published on:June 2020
Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2020; 13(2):198-199
Case Report | doi:10.5530/ijopp.13.2.30

Amoxicillin Induced Immediate Allergic Reaction– A Case Report

Authors and affiliation (s):

Ashok Kumar Malpani*, Riyaz Miya, Praveen Teja, Brahmadi Shankar Reddy

Department of Pharmacy Practice, Gulbarga Instutute of Medical Sciences Hospital, Kalaburgai, RMES College of Pharmacy, Kalaburagi, Karnataka, INDIA.


Amongst antibiotics, amoxicillin is oftentimes prescribed to oppugn array of infections. Penicllins are well recognised for their drug induced cutaneous eruptions substantially in paediatric population. This case is being promulgated to strengthen the evidence against amoxicillin induced skin reactions.

Key words: Amoxicillin, Cutaneous, Penicillin, Paediatrics.


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