Rulide is part of the family of medications known as macrolide antibiotics and is commonly used in the treatment of bacterial infections. Rulide is generically prescribed as roxithromycin and can cause life threatening heart complications in patients who also take pimozide, astemizole, cisapride, ergot medications, and terfenadine. Rulide is an ineffective treatment option for patients suffering from infections caused by a virus or bacterium.
Other names for this medication:
Acevor, Allolide, Aristomycin, Asmetic, Assoral, Azuril, Bazuctril, Biaxsig, Bicofen, Biostatik, Cadithro, Claramid, Crolix, Delitroxin, Delos, Dorolid, Elrox, Erybros, Floxid, Infectoroxit, Inferoxin, Ixor, Kensodic, Klomicina, Ladlid, Macrolid, Macrosil, Makrodex, Monobac, Nirox, Odonticina, Overal, Pedilid, Pedrox, Ramivan, Redotrin, Remora, Renicin, Ridinfect, Ritosin, Rocky, Rokilide, Rokithrid, Roksimin, Roksolit, Rolexit, Rolicyn, Rolid, Romac, Romyk, Rossitrol, Rotramin, Roxacine, Roxithromycine, Roxithromycinum, Roxitromicina, Rulid,