gentamicin


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  • noun

Synonyms for gentamicin

an antibiotic (trade name Garamycin) that is derived from an actinomycete

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The study, a comparative evaluation of three local antibiotic delivery materials used as bone defect fillers after excision of chronic osteomyelitis, found CERAMENT(TM) with Gentamicin performed better in all primary outcomes; recurrence rate, fracture rate and wound leakage rate, despite a higher percentage of compromised Class B hosts.
Caspian to 100 mg in 2 mL ampules were bought from Gentamicin Pharmaceutical companies.
Gentamicin, a drug primarily used for hospitalized patients with endocarditis, was chosen because of its known, modest (about 91.
The most common agents prescribed were ciprofloxacin (24%), cefazolin (25%), gentamicin (4%) and TMP-SMX (3%) (Table 3, Fig.
Among these 13 case-patients, 8 instances occurred in which both mother and neonate survived without sequelae; all 8 patients had received ampicillin/ penicillin with or without gentamicin.
The in vitro interaction could improve the antimicrobial effectiveness of ciprofloxacin, gentamicin and tetracycline and may contribute to resensitize A.
They came across "NB54," a new chemical derivative of gentamicin.
To assess whether antibiotic resistance phenotypes clustered together, antibiograms were assigned using the designation DECLTsRQGA (D for tetracycline, E for erythromycin, C for chloramphenicol, L for clindamycin, Ts for trimethoprim/ sulfamethoxazole, R for rifampicin, Q for ciprofloxacin, G for gentamicin, and A for amikacin).
One sample colony of growth on each plate and was emulsified in a nutrient broth and this was used to prepare KB antibiotic sensitivity plates stamped with apramycin, gentamicin, tobramycin, kanamycin, streptomycin, neomycin, and amikacin discs, then incubated for 24 hours at 37[degrees]C.
It was always my gut feeling, after hearing gentamicin had to be closely monitored, that this is what happened to my son," Mr.
Researchers studied 195 patients in China who received gentamicin (a type of aminoglycoside) intravenously twice daily, typically for five to seven days.
In laboratory tests, dodecenal was twice as potent as the commonly used medicinal antibiotic gentamicin at killing Salmonella.
Corrective action involved addition of gentamicin (Cidomycin Adult Injectable, 80 mg/2 mL; Hoechst Marion Roussel) to the ion-selective electrode (ISE) electrolyte reference reagent to a concentration of 10 mg/L.
She continued her intravenous ampicillin and gentamicin for a total of 2 weeks post pacer extraction.