It is a scenario that the French are not used to. to go to the pharmacy to buy a child’s antibiotic and be told that there is none, you have to knock on another door, ask the doctor for another prescription or wait a few days.
Some have recently experienced this with amoxicillin syrup (the most prescribed molecule for otitis or pneumonia in children). The question:
The most affected forms are powdered syrups to be reconstituted from Clamoxyl (amoxicillin) and Augmentin (amoxicillin/clavulanic acid) and their respective generics in various dosages sold by many laboratories. Other oral forms, such as tablets or capsules, are intended rather…
Source: Le Figaro