Tazobactam sodium is a beta-Lactamase inhibitor, which is used with penicillinase inhibition studies and beta-lactam antibiotics to enhance their effect. It serves as an antibacterial penicillin derivative, which inhibits the action of bacterial beta-lactamases.
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