stronger warnings about nerve damage with oral or IV levofloxacin and other "quinolone" antibiotics

You'll see stronger warnings about nerve damage with oral or IV levofloxacin and other "quinolone" antibiotics.

This stems from reports of patients on quinolones who've developed nerve pain, burning, numbness, and other side effects.

It's true that oral and IV quinolones can cause nerve damage.

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