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    Amoxicillin is an antibiotic commonly used to treat bacterial infections. While it can be effective against many types of bacteria, its effectiveness against E. coli specifically depends on the strain of E. coli and whether it is susceptible to amoxicillin. Some strains of E. coli may be resistant to amoxicillin, meaning the antibiotic may not effectively kill them. It’s important for healthcare professionals to determine the susceptibility of the E. coli strain causing the infection before prescribing amoxicillin or any other antibiotic.

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