Ticoplanin is classified as an antibacterial agent, specifically an antibiotic, which is produced through the fermentation of a fungus. It is highly effective against Gram-positive aerobic and anaerobic bacteria.

**Pharmaceutical Forms:**
1. Ticoplanin Vial: Each vial contains 200 mg (equivalent to 200,000 units) of Ticoplanin.
2. Ticoolanin Ampule: Each ampule contains 3 mL of injection water for use with Ticoplanin.

Ticoplanin is indicated for the treatment of various bacterial infections caused by susceptible organisms, including but not limited to:
1. Staphylococcus aureus infections.
2. Methicillin-sensitive bacterial strains.
3. Infections caused by Streptococci.
4. Infections involving Gram-positive anaerobic bacteria.
5. Infections associated with Clostridium species.
6. Skin and soft tissue infections.
7. Urinary tract infections.
8. Respiratory infections.
9. Septicemia (bloodstream infections).
10. Endocarditis (infections of the heart lining and valves).
11. Peritoneal peritonitis related to dialysis.

Ticoplanin is particularly effective against a range of serious infections caused by Gram-positive bacteria and is an important tool in managing these conditions.

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