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Y Xin, N Zhang
Objective: To guide the rational use of antibiotic drugs in clinical practice for doctors by the analysis of pathogens distribution, transition and drug resistance of bacteria in sputum samples of pneumoconiosis patients combined with lower respiratory tract infection. Methods: 2 199 qualified sputum samples from 214 pneumoconiosis patients collected from January 2008 to December 2012 were examined by bacterium or fungus education. BioMerieux API and Eastern Cowin application software were used to do bacterial identification, and K-B method recommended by the NCCLS was used to take drug sensitivity tests...
January 20, 2017: Chinese Journal of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Diseases
Daniel Pérez Fentes, Miguel Blanco Parra, José Lema Grille, Valentín Toucedo Caamaño, Serafín Novás Castro, Pedro Lamas Cedrón, Manuel Villar Núñez
OBJECTIVE: To report one case of emphysematous cystitis and to review its diagnosis and treatment in the related literature. METHOD: We report the case of a type II diabetic 91-year-old woman with jaundice, hematuria, vomits, abdominal pain and poor glycemia control. Diagnosis was obtained by plain abdominal X-ray and ultrasonography, and confirmed by CT. E.coli was isolated in urinary culture. RESULTS: Antibiotic intravenous therapy with piperacillin-tazo-bactam, urinary bladder catheterization and strict glycemia control...
June 2009: Archivos Españoles de Urología
Burke A. Cunha
Patients frequently state that they have a penicillin allergy that often presents a therapeutic problem in treating a variety of infectious disorders. Penicillin and beta-lactam allergic reactions should be determined by a careful history. Many patients who say they have a penicillin allergy, in fact do not. If it is determined that the patient has a penicillin allergy, then the clinician should determine whether it is of an anaphylactic or nonanaphylactic variety. Most reactions to beta-lactams are of the nonanaphylactic variety and are usually manifested clinically as a mild maculopapular rash or drug fever...
June 2001: Drugs of Today
B Morelli
Mixtures of aztreonam, 2S-[2 alpha,3 beta(Z)]-2-[[[1-(2-amino-4-thiazolyl-2- [(2-methyl-4-oxo-1-sulfo-3-azetidinyl) amino]-2-oxo- ethylidine]amino]oxy]-2-methyl-propanoic acid, and L-arginine are assayed by peak-to-baseline, peak-to-peak, and zero-crossing second-derivative spectrophotometry. Aztreonam is the first of a new class of beta-lactam antibiotics (i.e., the mono-bactam antibiotics, highly effective against aerobic gram-negative bacteria). Beer's law is followed for up to 31 micrograms/mL of aztreonam and L-arginine in the presence of one another...
March 1990: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
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