Difference between revisions of "Template:Clinically Utilized Antibiotics"

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| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
  
| group1 = Penicillins
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| group1 = [[Penicillins]]
 
|  list1 = {{Navbox subgroup
 
|  list1 = {{Navbox subgroup
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
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}}
 
}}
  
| group3 = Carbapenems  
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| group3 = [[Carbapenems]]
 
|  list3 =
 
|  list3 =
 
* [[Ertapenem]]
 
* [[Ertapenem]]
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}}
 
}}
  
| group2 = Glycopeptides
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| group2 = [[Glycopeptides]]
 
|  list2 =
 
|  list2 =
 
* [[Vancomycin]]
 
* [[Vancomycin]]
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}}
 
}}
  
| group4    = Tetracyclines
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| group4    = [[Tetracyclines]]
 
| list4      = {{Navbox|child
 
| list4      = {{Navbox|child
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
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}}
 
}}
  
| group5    = Macrolides
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| group5    = [[Macrolides]]
 
| list5      =  {{Navbox|child
 
| list5      =  {{Navbox|child
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
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* [[Nitrofurantoin]]
 
* [[Nitrofurantoin]]
  
| group8 = Fluroquinolones
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| group8 = [[Fluroquinolones]]
 
| list8      = {{Navbox|child
 
| list8      = {{Navbox|child
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  
 
| groupstyle = background:PowderBlue;  

Revision as of 23:33, 10 February 2014

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  • Use {{Clinically Utilized Antibiotics |state=collapsed}}  to show this template in its collapsed (hidden) state.
  • Use {{Clinically Utilized Antibiotics |state=expanded}}  to show this template in its expanded (fully visible) state.
  • Use {{Clinically Utilized Antibiotics |state=autocollapse}}  to show this template in its collapsed (hidden) state only if there is another template of the same type on the page.
  • Unless set otherwise (see state parameter within the template's code), autocollapse is the default state.