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Antimicrobial prophylaxis to prevent inhalational anthrax has been recommended for people potentially exposed to Bacillus anthracis as a result of recent bioterrorist attacks. Of 3428 people taking ciprofloxacin, 666 (19%) reported severe nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain; 484 (14%) reported fainting, light-headedness, or dizziness; 250 (7%) reported heartburn or acid reflux; and 216 (6%) reported rashes, hives, or an itchy skin.

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In a comparison of intravenous and oral ciprofloxacin in children, treatment associated adverse events were reported in 11% of children taking oral ciprofloxacin, compared with 19% of the children who were treated intravenously. In 31 children (1.5%) arthralgia occurred, but it was generally mild to moderate and resolved spontaneously. A patient developed acute renal insufficiency after ciprofloxacin overdose.

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Headache was recorded in 8% of patients taking ciprofloxacin Ciprofloxacin can cause confusion and general seizures. Ciprofloxacin can cause facial dyskinesia. Two cases of generalized painful dysesthesia associated with ciprofloxacin have been reported. Bilateral acute visual loss, possibly due to toxic optic neuropathy, was observed after 4 weeks of treatment with ciprofloxacin 1.5 g/day and improved after withdrawal.

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The active substance in this medicine is ciprofloxacin. There are three strengths available containing 250 mg, 500 mg or 750 mg of ciprofloxacin as ciprofloxacin hydrochloride per tablet. Cipro belongs to a group of medicines called quinolone antibiotics. This medicine is used to treat infections caused by susceptible bacteria, including:

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Anthrax has caused disease in animals for centuries, but its threat as a biological weapon has become most apparent in the last 80 years. Today at least 17 nations are believed to have offensive biological weapons programs in place, and it is not known for sure how many are working with anthrax. Iraq, in particular, has acknowledged that it is producing anthrax for such potential use. Infection with anthrax, which is caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis, is usually fatal.