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Synonyms for antibiotic

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Severe sepsis can show clinical features similar to those we saw, but repeated cultures showed no growth and the patient was receiving systemic antibiotics.
Ruthigen plans to enroll 150 patients in the Phase 1/2 trial, which will evaluate RUT58-60's safety, tolerability and potential efficacy for use as an adjunct to systemic antibiotics in patients undergoing abdominal surgery.
Surgical excision was the mainstay of treatment, although abscesses were treated with local drainage and systemic antibiotics.
These include: instilling antibiotics or other additives to the drainage bag, applying antibiotic compounds to the meatus, using specific agents for meatal cleansing, systemic antibiotics for prophylaxis, and cranberry juice.
Acne on the back or chest often does not respond well to retinoids or benzoyl peroxide, and teenage boys often won't adhere to any topical therapy (including topical antibiotics), so systemic antibiotics may be needed before you can get them to transition to topical therapies, Dr.
A frequent treatment for VAP is systemic antibiotics.
Based on the culture results, a course of systemic antibiotics should be prescribed.
Prolonged use of systemic antibiotics promotes bacterial resistance throughout a patient's bacterial flora.
Highlights - The global systemic antibiotics market was valued at $39.
She had undergone numerous microdebridements and several courses of drug therapy with topical and systemic antibiotics, including aminoglycosides.
Gram stain, culture, and systemic antibiotics usually are unnecessary.
Unlike most systemic antibiotics, this unique combination has the ability to penetrate the biofilm that forms on all indwelling catheters.
NASDAQ: RTGN), a biopharmaceutical company focused on pioneering new therapies to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs associated with infections related to post-operative invasive procedures, announces the initiation of a Phase 1/2 clinical trial to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and potential efficacy of its lead drug candidate, RUT58-60, for use as an adjunct to systemic antibiotics in abdominal surgery.
Our primary concern should be to prevent the development of resistant microorganisms by stopping the widespread use of systemic antibiotics for trivial upper respiratory tract infections.
The investigators developed an infection control algorithm that included treatment with systemic antibiotics and catheter removal if the catheter was unsalvageable.