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The clinical use of sulfonamide compounds in the treatment of gonococcal infections
Merck & Co.
|LC Classifications||RM666.S85 M43|
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|Pagination||2 p. l., 44 numb. l.|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||42003858|
infections disease clinical diagnosis hiv fever spp virus acute organisms symptoms viral gram infected clinical features antibiotic bacterial antibiotics species chronic respiratory meningitis hepatitis cells bacteria Abstract. This condition, variously known as chancroid, soft chancre, ulcus molle, chancre mou and Ducrey’s infection, was defined by Sullivan () as “an acute localised autoinoculable genito-infectious disease caused by the streptobacillus of Ducrey (Haemophilus ducreyi), characterized clinically by ulcerations at the sites of inoculation, and frequently accompanied by inflammatory.
Therapy for UC is changing due to the advent of 5-ASA compounds without sulfa, newer immunomodulators, and short-term use of corticosteroids. UC, a . Ciprofloxacin is an antibiotic used to treat a number of bacterial infections. This includes bone and joint infections, intra abdominal infections, certain type of infectious diarrhea, respiratory tract infections, skin infections, typhoid fever, and urinary tract infections, among others. For some infections it is used in addition to other lism: Liver (incl. CYP1A2).
clinical Uses: Sulfacetamide is used for ocular infections whereas mafenide and silver sulfadiazine are used in patients as topical agents. Sulfadiazine can be used for nocardiosis and sulfisoxazole for urinary tract infections. Sulfasalazine and olsalazine are used for . Penicilline was discovered by alexander fleming in and in he said that; The 1st antimicrobial resistance was observed in against sulfonamide Gonococcal now we are depended on combination tharapy to treat gonococcal cases like ceftriaxone with azithromycine ; creation of national surveillance system for antibiotic resistance, mechanism of monitoring prescription audits.
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Clinical use of sulfonamide compounds in the treatment of gonococcal infections. [Merck & Co.]. Author(s): Merck & Co. Title(s): Clinical use of sulfonamide compounds in the treatment of gonococcal infections.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher. The antimicrobial era for the treatment of gonorrhea started when sulfanilamide was discovered in Despite the sulfanilamide elixir tragedy insulfonamide compounds were still enthusiastically welcomed among the medical community and quickly became a mainstay in treatment of gonococcal infections.
Whichever drug is used, it should be administered in full PRESENT STATUS OF SULFONAMIDE THERAPY dosage and be continued for at least ten days after clinical recovery. VIRUS INFECTIONS In general, virus diseases do not respond to chemotherapy with the sulfonamide drugs.
There are two exceptions to this by: 2. This is a careful study of the treatment with penicillin of patients suffering from gonorrhoea which had completely resisted sulphonamide therapy. All of these patients had been given multiple courses of sulphathiazole or sulphadiazine but an occasional one had had some sulphapyridine.
Each patient had taken an average total dose of 85 gm. of sulphonamide drugs with no sign of clinical or Author: L. Riba, C. Schmidlapp, N. Bosworth. The quinolones as a class of antibiotics are very useful in the treatment of various sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
This is because the quinolones have excellent in vitro activity against various pathogens responsible for STDs. The prevalence of penicillin- and tetracycline-resistant strains of N. gonorrhoeae and sulfonamide-resistant strains of H.
ducreyi have also increased, thereby Cited by: 3. Request PDF | Neisseria gonorrhoeae: The Pathogen, Diagnosis, and Antimicrobial Resistance | Gonorrhoea remains the second most common bacterial sexually transmitted disease in.
The use of fever in the treatment of syphilis led to its trial in other infections, or conditions suspected of being infectious. The clinical and experimental use of sulanilamide, Prophylactic use of sulfonamide compounds in the treatment of rheumatic fever.
Med Clin North Am. ;(Mar) Cited by: 8. The use of quinolones for treatment of acute pyelonephritis is appealing because of the high concentrations achieved by most agents in this class in renal tissue. The pharmacokinetics, spectrum of activity, and bioavailability of the fluoroquinolones continue to make them highly attractive for treatment of infections involving the urinary tract.
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Probenecid is a benzoic acid derivative with antihyperuricemic property. Probenecid competitively inhibits the active reabsorption of urate at the proximal tubule in the kidney thereby increasing urinary excretion of uric acid and lowering serum urate concentrations.
This prevents urate deposition and promotes resolution of existing urate deposits. In addition, probenecid modulates the.
Clinical Review: Conjunctivitis in Children: A Refresher Survey of Diagnosis and Contemporary Treatment Lowper, H.H., and Hodgeman, J.: Gonococcal ophthalmia among newborn infants at Los Angeles General Hospital Thygeson, P.: Sulfonamide compounds in treatment of ocular infections.
Arch. Ophthamol.Google Cited by: 6. Nearly two-thirds of the laboratory report was taken up with results of animal trials of compounds in streptococcal, staphylococcal, pneu-mococcal, and gonococcal infections.
Also important to Domagk, however, was the work on tumors, to which he devoted a long introductory section. Virus infections of the eye. INTRODUCTION With the development in recent years of a variety of sulfonamide compounds 1 and specific bactericidal and antitoxic serums 2 for the treatment of infections of the eye, the etiologic diagnosis of diseases of the conjunctiva and cornea has become an essential and practical procedure.
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Antibacterial; fluoroquinolone. 1 2 3 5 Uses for Ofloxacin Respiratory Tract Infections. Treatment of acute bacterial exacerbations of chronic bronchitis caused by susceptible Haemophilus influenzae 1 or Streptococcus pneumoniae.
1 Use for treatment / Penicillin in Sulfonamide-Resistant Gonorrhea; Supplementary Report of Cases—John G. Menville and Clarence W. Ross. Penicillin in Treatment of Rheumatic Fever and Gonococcal Infections—John R. Twist CLINICAL NOTES. Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis Successfully Treated with Penicillin—Francis W.
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Minocycline is a tetracycline antibiotic with excellent absorption and tissue penetration that is used for several bacterial infections as well as treatment of acne. Minocycline can cause both an acute hepatitis-like syndrome occurring within 1 to 3 months of starting therapy or a more insidious chronic hepatitis with autoimmune features typically after long term treatment.
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In the last few years new chemotherapeutic agents have made their appearance. These consist of the well known sulfonamide compounds, already proved valuable clinically, and lesser known substances derived from molds, fungi and bacilli, e.
g. penicillin from penicillium, tyrothricin from soil bacteria and actinomycosin from by: Admired for the rapidity and regularity of its therapeutic efficacy, which some clinical studies had shown to be greater than Rubiazol or Septazine, the product was described as “particularly effective” in treating erysipelas, gonococcal infections, lymphogranuloma venereum, chancroid, urinary tract infections, streptococci meningitis and Cited by: 2.