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How do amoxicillin extended-release tablets work?

Amoxicillin extended-release tablet (brand name Moxatag) is an antibiotic in an extended release tablet formulation. The amoxicillin in the tablet is released over 24 hours. Antibiotics kill bacteria or suppress bacteria growth. Amoxicillin prevents bacteria from making new cell walls and, without cell walls, the bacteria die. Amoxicillin is used to treat bacterial infections caused by susceptible bacteria.

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