1. Infections of the upper respiratory tract: chronic sinusitis caused by anaerobes.
2. Lower respiratory infections, such as:
– aspiration pneumonia, lung abscess, necrotizing pneumonia, and empyema;
– as an adjuvant agent for treatment of pulmonary infections caused by gram-negative microorganisms, in order to suppress gram-positive cocci and anaerobic microorganisms.
3. Severe infections of the skin and soft tissues.
4. bone and joint infections, such as osteomyelitis and septic arthritis.
5. Severe gynecological infections, including endometritis, infections of fat, paravaginalnye infection, tubo-ovarian abscess and salpingitis with simultaneous use of antibiotics active against gram-negative aerobic microorganisms. Clindamycin monotherapy with cervicitis caused by Chlamydia trachomatis.
6. abdominal infections, including peritonitis and abdominal abscesses, Clindamycin is the drug of choice in combination with adequate antibiotic activity against aerobic gram-negative organisms.
7. Septicaemia and endocarditis.
8. Dental infections such as periodentalny abscess and periodontitis.
9. Treatment of encephalitis caused by Toxoplasma, AIDS patients in combination with pyrimethamine in patients intolerant of conventional therapy.
10. The treatment of pneumonia caused by Pneumocystis carinii, in AIDS patients. Clindamycin is used in combination with primaquine in patients intolerant of conventional treatment (sulfadiazine) or lack of response to treatment.
11. In monotherapy for treatment of malaria caused by drug-resistant P. falciparum, or in combination with quinine or amodiaquine as an alternative therapy.