To decrease the chance of infection associated with chemical necrosis from any chemotherapeutic agent, one author recommends that sites be treated with 1% silver sulfadiazine
and covered with a sterile dressing.
The burn should be covered with a 1/16-inch layer of antibiotic cream, such as silver sulfadiazine
Scientific poster comparing bacteria and fungi antimicrobial activity of chlorhexidine and silver sulfadiazine
central venous catheter to antibiotic and silver-only central venous catheters.
was applied to wounds and the owner was instructed to monitor the lesions and to continue to apply silver sulfadiazine
cream at home.
Burn wounds are often treated with 1% silver sulfadiazine
which, however, stops functioning due to increased bacterial drug resistance.
At the time of presentation, it was noted that PBRA wound was covered with slough and initially silver sulfadiazine
and saline soaked dressings were applied along with appropriate injectable antibiotics.
cream is applied to the areas treated, as in laser surgery.
All isolates were subjected to antibiotic susceptibility testing against gentamicin erythromycin amoxicillin ampicillin chloramphenicol ciprofloxacin norfloxacin enrofloxacin sulfadiazine
and amikacin by disc diffusion method.
A prospective randomised clinical and histological study of superficial burn wound healing with honey and silver sulfadiazine
Randomized trial with itraconazole, ketoconazole and sulfadiazine
Multiple therapies have been attempted in addition to compression including silver sulfadiazine
topical, hydrogen peroxide, providone iodine, long term oral antibiotic therapy, topical antibiotics, Unna boot gauze bandages, chronic transfusion therapy followed by chelation, surgical debridement, skin grafts, and chemical debridement with papian/urea ointment, followed by debridement with collagenase ointment.
The silver sulfadiazine
incorporated bilayer chitosan wound dressing showed excellent oxygen permeability, controlled water vapor transmission rate, and water-uptake capability along with excellent antibacterial activity .
The vet suggested laser therapy - 6 treatments every 2 days - and 1 percent silver sulfadiazine
cream on the raw spots and bandages.
Despite specific antitoxoplasma therapy with sulfadiazine
and pyrimethamine, he remained febrile, his respiratory function worsened, and he died on day 27.
and monohydrogen phosphate, sodium dihydrogen phosphate, were purchased from Sigma, deionized distilled water was obtained from Adventec (GS-590, distillary and CPW-200), Japan from Central High Tech Lab.