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How does sulfadiazine treat bacterial infections?

Sulfadiazine treats bacterial infections by deterring the growth and reproduction of bacteria in your system. Sulfadiazine is a medication that treats bacterial infections, such as urinary tract infections, and is classified as a sulfa drug or a sulfonamide antibiotic.

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