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the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

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the management of someone or something

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The high resistance to first line antimicrobials, fluoroquinolones and resistance to third generation cephalosporins will leave us with no option but to resort to carbapenems and tigycyclines for empiric treatment of typhoid.
5) An inadequate approach to working up a septic patient may range from the clinician failing to recognize when infection is present, to administering inappropriate empiric antibiotics, to performing an inadequate examination, and even to sending off incorrect laboratory tests or failing to order the correct tests, such as gram stain/culture, which will aid in targeting empiric treatment choices.
Finally, we are nearing the end of the line for empiric treatment with reports of rising MIC's for 3rd generation Cephalosporins, the last group of antibiotics known to be effective at clearing N.
Now available throughout the European Union (EU), physicians suspecting reflux can use this evidence based test and replace empiric treatment using acid suppressing medications.
It should be the initial empiric treatment of this infection because it is effective, safe, and well tolerated.
But the article added that drug-resistant strains have made selection of empiric treatment for pneumonia more difficult and may soon make such therapy less effective, and thus clusters of infection in nursing homes may be seen more frequently.
Furthermore, the prescribing of combination therapy is dominant in the management of pneumonia in the inpatient setting with approximately 80 percent of surveyed physicians indicating a preference for combination therapies for the empiric treatment of community-acquired pneumonia (CABP) and NP.
Clinicians should perform and interpret (or refer patients for) specific IgE allergy testing for allergic rhinitis that doesn't respond to empiric treatment, or when the diagnosis is uncertain, or when identifying the specific causative allergen would allow targeted therapy.
Adding moxifloxacin to routine, empiric treatment for acute PID would be an especially tough call if it also meant dropping doxycycline, a drug that is otherwise attractive because of its low cost and broad spectrum of activity against other PID pathogens.
4 The first microbial colonization in a newborn occurs during the passage through the birth canal and therefore the empiric treatment for early onset sepsis is based on the most common organisms detected at birth and that of late onset sepsis depends on presenting clinical signs.
Two sets of anaerobic and aerobic blood cultures were performed at a 1-hour interval, and empiric treatment with amoxicillin/clavulanic acid and gentamicin was started.
In fact, choosing the empiric treatment for bacterial pneumonia in HIV-infected patients is a great challenge, as most studies and consensus are directed at immunocompetent patients.