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Baktar

This medication is a combination of two antibiotics: sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim. It is used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections (such as middle ear, urine, respiratory, and intestinal infections). It is also used to prevent and treat a certain type of pneumonia (pneumocystis-type). This medication treats only certain types of infections. It will not work for viral infections (such as flu). Unnecessary use or misuse of any antibiotic can lead to its decreased effectiveness.

Other names for this medication:
Bactiver, Bactrim, Bactron, Bactropin, Balkatrin, Biotrim, Biseptol, Ciplin, Cotrim, Cozole, Deprim, Ditrim, Ectaprim, Eusaprim, Gantrisin, Globaxol, Kemoprim, Lagatrim, Primadex, Purbac, Resprim, Sanprima, Sepmax, Septra, Septran, Septrin, Soltrim, Sulfa, Sulfamethoxazole, Sulfametoxazol, Sulfatrim, Sumetrolim, Supreme, Sutrim, Tagremin, Trifen, Trimoks, Trimol, Trisul, Vanadyl

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Also known as:  Bactrim.

Description

Baktar is effective in a variety of upper and lower respiratory tract infections, renal and urinary tract infections, gastrointestinal tract infections, skin and wound infections, septicaemias and other infections caused by sensitive organisms.

Each Baktar tablet contains 80 mg trimethoprim and 400 mg sulfamethoxazole.

Each Baktar DS (double strength) tablet contains 160 mg trimethoprim and 800 mg sulfamethoxazole.

Dosage

Shake this medication well before each dose. Carefully measure the dose using a special measuring device/spoon. Do not use a household spoon because you may not get the correct dose. Take this medication by mouth, as directed by your doctor, with a full glass of water (8 ounces / 240 milliliters). If stomach upset occurs, take with food or milk. Drink plenty of fluids while taking this medication to lower the unlikely risk of kidney stones forming, unless your doctor advises you otherwise. Dosage is based on your medical condition and response to treatment.

For the best effect, take this antibiotic at evenly spaced times. To help you remember, take this medication at the same time(s) every day.

Continue to take this medication until the full prescribed amount is finished, even if symptoms disappear after a few days. Stopping it too early may allow bacteria to continue to grow, which may result in a relapse of the infection.

Overdose

Often, no treatment is needed for an antibiotic overdose. Usually, you'll need to watch for stomach upset and possibly diarrhea. In those cases, you should give extra fluids.

Storage

Store at room temperature between 20 to 25 degrees C (68 to 77 degrees F) away from moisture, light and heat. Throw away any unused medicine after the expiration date. Keep out of the reach of children.

Side effects

The most common side effects associated with Baktar are:

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Side effect occurrence does not only depend on medication you are taking, but also on your overall health and other factors.

Contraindications

Baktar is contraindicated in pediatric patients less than 2 months of age.

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Despite policies, strategies, and guidelines, the epidemic of HIV-associated tuberculosis continues to rage, particularly in southern Africa. We focus our attention on the regions with the greatest burden of disease, especially sub-Saharan Africa, and concentrate on prevention of tuberculosis in people with HIV infection, a challenge that has been greatly neglected. We argue for a much more aggressive approach to early diagnosis and treatment of HIV infection in affected communities, and propose urgent assessment of frequent testing for HIV and early start of antiretroviral treatment (ART). This approach should result in short-term and long-term declines in tuberculosis incidence through individual immune reconstitution and reduced HIV transmission. Implementation of the 3Is policy (intensified tuberculosis case finding, infection control, and isoniazid preventive therapy) for prevention of HIV-associated tuberculosis, combined with earlier start of ART, will reduce the burden of tuberculosis in people with HIV infection and provide a safe clinical environment for delivery of ART. Some progress is being made in provision of HIV care to HIV-infected patients with tuberculosis, but too few receive co-trimoxazole prophylaxis and ART. We make practical recommendations about how to improve this situation. Early HIV diagnosis and treatment, the 3Is, and a comprehensive package of HIV care, in association with directly observed therapy, short-course (DOTS) for tuberculosis, form the basis of prevention and control of HIV-associated tuberculosis. This call to action recommends that both HIV and tuberculosis programmes exhort implementation of strategies that are known to be effective, and test innovative strategies that could work. The continuing HIV-associated tuberculosis epidemic needs bold but responsible action, without which the future will simply mirror the past.

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Members of the Colorado chapters of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Colorado Academy of Family Medicine were surveyed with the use of two hypothetical case management scenarios for which they were asked to indicate which International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Medicaid codes they would use. Physicians were presented with two case scenarios (one involving a persistent asymptomatic middle ear effusion and the second involving recurrent otitis media) and were asked to choose from a variety of management options, including observation, antibiotic therapy, decongestants, corticosteroids, antibiotic prophylaxis, and referral for ventilation tube surgery.

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The clinical presentation, radiological and laboratory evaluation, treatment, and risk factors of sinusitis in a cohort of 376 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected children from a placebo-controlled clinical trial of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) as prophylaxis for infections were examined. Ninety-five episodes of sinusitis were described in 60 patients; one-third of the patients had two or more episodes. Sinusitis episodes were commonly associated with nonspecific, chronic symptoms (67.4%, persistent nasal discharge; 54.7%, nocturnal or persistent cough), whereas symptoms more specific to acute sinusitis were less frequent (17.9%, headache or facial pain; 9.5%, periorbital swelling; 25.3%, temperature of > or = 102 degrees F; 9%, total white blood cell count of > or = 15,000/mm3). The sinuses primarily involved were the maxillary sinus (85.9%) and the ethmoidal sinus (42.3%); 36% of episodes involved two or more sinuses. Preceding respiratory infections did not appear to increase the risk of sinusitis, and CD4+ lymphocyte counts in children with and without sinusitis did not differ. Neither monthly IVIG prophylaxis nor three times weekly trimethoprimsulfamethoxazole prophylaxis for Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia decreased the risk of sinusitis. Sinusitis in HIV-infected children is most often subacute and recurrent. Evaluations of new modalities for prophylaxis for sinusitis are needed.

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A 40-year-old woman with transplanted lungs developed life threatening hyperkalaemia (6.8 mmol L-1) during high dose treatment with trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole for Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Trimethoprim has an amiloride-like effect on the distal nephron and may thus induce hyperkalaemia, particularly if other contributing factors coexist. The present patient was also treated with the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor enalapril, and the combination of ACE-inhibition and potassium-sparing diuretics is known to induce hyperkalaemia. Hyperkalaemia was probably induced by the combination of ACE-inhibitor and trimethoprim, and this combination may be as dangerous as the combination of ACE-inhibitors with other potassium-sparing diuretics.

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Opportunistic infections continue to cause a significant amount of morbidity and mortality worldwide in patients infected with HIV. Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (cotrimoxazole) is used in the treatment and prophylaxis of several opportunistic infections. In patients with HIV/AIDS, cotrimoxazole use can cause a higher rate of adverse drug reactions than in the general population. Given the cost-effectiveness of cotrimoxazole, the management of these adverse reactions has included continuing the drug (treating-through) and reintroducing the drug at a later date, either using dose-escalation (desensitization), or rechallenge at full dose. This systematic review is the first to examine the differences in patient outcomes between these strategies.

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The mortality rates of infants and children aged less than five years are declining globally and in Nepal but less among neonates. Most deliveries occur at home without skilled attendants, and most neonates may not receive appropriate care through the existing medical systems. So, a community-based pilot programme-Morang Innovative Neonatal Intervention (MINI) programme-was implemented in Morang district of Nepal to see the feasibility of bringing the management of sick neonates closer to home. The objective of this model was to answer the question: "Can a team of female community health volunteers and paid facility-based community health workers (collectively called CHWs) within the existing heath system correctly follow a set of guidelines to identify possible severe bacterial infection in neonates and young infants and successfully deliver their treatment?" In the MINI model, the CHWs followed an algorithm to classify sick young infants with possible severe bacterial infection (PSBI). Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVS) were trained to visit homes soon after delivery, record the birth, counsel mothers on essential newborn care, and assess the newborns for danger-signs. Infants classified as having PSBI, during this or subsequent contacts, were treated with co-trimoxazole and referred to facility-based CHWs for seven-day treatment with injection gentamicin. Additional supervisory support was provided for quality of care and intensified monitoring. Of 11,457 livebirths recorded during May 2005-April 2007, 1,526 (13.3%) episodes of PSBI were identified in young infants. Assessment of signs by the FCHVs matched that of more highly-trained facility-based CHWs in over 90% of episodes. Treatment was initiated in 90% of the PSBI episodes; 93% completed a full course of gentamicin. Case fatality in those who received treatment with gentamicin was 1.5% [95% confidence interval (CI) 1.0-2.3] compared to 5.3% (95% CI 2.6-9.7) in episodes that did not receive any treatment. Within the existing government health infrastructure, the CHWs can assess and identify possible infections in neonates and young infants and deliver appropriate treatment with antibiotics. This will result in improvement in the likelihood of survival and address one of the main causes of neonatal mortality.

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Bacterial infections remain an important cause of morbidity and mortality in neutropenic patients. A number of prophylactic strategies have been used in order to reduce the risk of infection during severe granulocytopenia. The measures that have been investigated include isolation of the patient, granulocyte transfusion, active or passive immunisation, acceleration of granulocyte recovery and prophylactic use of antibacterial agents. However, many of these approaches have fallen out of favour, mostly because of concerns about the long lasting efficacy. This paper focuses on the available prophylactic strategies, with emphasis on the use of antibacterial agents.

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The livestock ST398 was the most common clone among patients with S. aureus SSTIs in Jiangsu Province, China. Surveillance and further studies on the important livestock ST398 clone in human infections are necessarily requested.

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Sixty-eight patients (median age: 70.5 years; 64.7% males) with S. maltophilia infection, not related to cystic fibrosis, were included. The 68 patients were hospitalized in medical (29.4%), surgical (26.5%), hematology/oncology departments (23.5%), or the intensive care units (ICU; 20.6%). The most frequent infection types were respiratory tract (54.4%), bloodstream (16.2%), skin/soft tissue (10.3%), and intra-abdominal (8.8%) infection. The S. maltophilia-associated infection was polymicrobial in 33.8% of the cases. In vitro susceptibility was higher to colistin (91.2%), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole and netilmicin (85.3% each), and ciprofloxacin (82.4%). The empirical and the targeted treatment regimens were microbiologically appropriate for 47.3% and 63.6% of the 55 patients with data available, respectively. Most patients received targeted therapy with a combination of agents other than trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole. The crude mortality and the mortality and the S. maltophilia infection-related mortality were 14.7% and 4.4%, respectively. ICU hospitalization was the only independent prognostic factor for mortality.

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There were 184 patients with monomicrobial S. maltophilia bacteremia. The mean age was 68.3 years. Most patients were males (72.8%), had high Charlson Comorbidity Index scores, previously prescribed antimicrobial agents, and indwelling medical devices. The 14-day and in-hospital mortality rates were 23.9% and 47.2%, respectively. There were 128 patients (69.6%) with TSSSM and 56 (30.4%) with TSRSM. The incidence of TSSSM bacteremia increased during the study period. The TSSSM and TSRSM groups had similar demographic and clinical characteristics and no significant differences in 14-day and in-hospital mortality (24.2% vs. 23.2%, p = 0.833; 50.0% vs. 41.1%, p = 0.264, respectively). Patients with TSSSM bacteremia had an increased risk of septic shock (p = 0.044) and neutropenia (p = 0.028) at bacteremia onset. Logistic regression analysis indicated that acquisition of TMP-SXT resistance was an independent risk factor for prolonged hospitalization (p = 0.018) and catheter-related S. maltophilia bacteremia was inversely associated with prolonged hospitalization after bacteremia (p = 0.032).

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Pneumocystis jirovecii pneumonia (PcP) is a well-recognized major opportunistic infection in HIV-infected patients. During the 1980s, the HIV pandemic turned PcP into a major worldwide medical and public health problem. With the introduction of Pneumocystis chemoprophylaxis and the development of highly active antiretroviral therapy (ART) for the treatment of HIV infection, there has been a decrease in PcP incidence in developed countries. However, the prevalence of AIDS-related PcP in developing countries remains high because a lot of people do not have access to ART or ignore their HIV infection status. This article discusses the information available about PcP among Latin American countries where there is a great regional heterogeneity in the prevalence of HIV infection and in ART coverage, as well as in Sulfametoxazol Drug the observed frequencies of PcP that range from 5.9 to 55% in this area.

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Torsades de pointes (TdP) is a rapid, polymorphic and usually self-terminating ventricular tachycardia associated with the long QT syndrome. Many drugs may cause prolongation of QT interval and be the trigger Floxin Antibiotics Side Effects for TdP occurrence. We present the case of 52-year-old male who was treated with clarithromycin due to bilateral atypical pneumonia. However, on the fourth day of hospitalization he deteriorated, developed pulmonary edema and short cardiac arrest. After successful resuscitation, unfortunately amiodarone and co-trimoxazole were given causing the arrhythmic storm which required many defibrillations. The case highlights the importance of careful QT measurement, appropriate TdP treatment and difficulties resulting from the patient's disagreement for invasive treatment. We think, that knowledge of drug-induced long QT syndrome and its consequences should be widely spread not only in cardiologists, but also in others doctors.

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Thirty-six patients were included in the study, 18 in each group. Treatment failure, the primary outcome, included mortality or worsening clinical status (WCS) after at least 5 days of therapy. Three patients in PRE (16.7%) and 6 patients in POST (33.3%) experienced treatment failure (P = 0.248). No patients in PRE and 3 patients in POST (16.7%) experienced WCS (P = 0.035). Three Clavamox 500mg Tablet patients in each group expired.In POST, 5 of the 6 treatment failures (83.3%) occurred during the first 6 months of the shortage. Median (interquartile range) LOS was 11 days (7-17) in PRE and 14 days (5-22) in POST (P = 0.800).In PRE, 7 patients (38.9%) were initiated on oral PJP treatment compared with 13 (72.2%) in POST (P = 0.042). 

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The median duration of antibiotic therapy was 14 days (IQR 14-34). Perioperatively 143 (63%), 67 (30%), 75 (33%) and 41 patients (18%) received nitrofurantoin, trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole, fluoroquinolones and other antibiotics, respectively. Antibiotic related complications developed in 23 patients (10%) at a median of 12 days (IQR 8-19). Common complications included rash in 7 cases (3%), gastrointestinal upset in 6 (3%) and Clostridium difficile colitis in 1 (0.4%). Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole was associated with an increased likelihood of an adverse event (p = 0.04) but patient age, gender, and therapy type (therapeutic vs prophylactic) and duration were not. Finally, antibiotic and multidrug resistance developed in 4 (36%) and 3 patients (27%), respectively, who experienced a urinary tract infection Azithromycin Tablets 500 Mg Dosage .

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Stenotrophomonas maltophilia bacteremia is an important cause of mortality among immunocompromised Chloramphenicol Class Of Antibiotic children. However, there has been little information concerning S. maltophilia bacteremia in the pediatric population.

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Following intramuscular injection of co-trimoxazole (trimethoprim/sulphamethoxazole 1 : 5), concentrations of trimethoprim (TMP) and sulphamethoxazole (SMX) were measured in the prostatic tissue and serum of Nolicin Medicine 30 men undergoing endoscopic prostatectomy. Tissue levels for TMP appeared to be higher than serum levels and probably reached the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) for most urinary pathogens. Administration of the drug at 4, 8 and 12 h prior to sampling produced no significant difference in tissue levels. It is concluded that TMP is concentrated in prostatic tissue following intramuscular injection. Tissue levels for SMX were apparently lower than serum levels.

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Typhoid fever caused by Salmonella typhi remains endemic to many parts of South Africa, including Natal and KwaZulu, Northern Transvaal and the Transkei. Until recently, the majority of S. typhi isolates from South Africa have remained susceptible Derma Strips Reviews to ampicillin/amoxycillin and chloramphenicol, and only three cases of typhoid due to multi-antibiotic resistant strains of S. typhi have been documented. Ampicillin/amoxycillin and chloramphenicol are, therefore, still recommended as first line therapy for patients with typhoid fever in this country. We describe a cluster of six cases of typhoid caused by S. typhi that was resistant to ampicillin, chloramphenicol and trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole. All these patients presented over a 3-month period; the patients were from three adjacent districts in the Northern Natal area of South Africa. The high rate of intestinal perforation (two of six) was a direct consequence of inappropriate antibiotic treatment. Failure of surgical intervention, renal impairment as well as delay in starting appropriate antibiotic treatment were factors contributing to the high mortality (three of six). The good clinical outcome in the remaining three patients probably resulted from treatment with appropriate antibiotics; however, mild disease in two of these patients may have been a contributing factor. All isolates showed high minimal inhibitory concentrations (MIC) of greater than or equal to 256 micrograms/ml to ampicillin, chloramphenicol and trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole. The isolates were all highly sensitive to the third generation cephalosporins (MIC less than or equal to 0.06 micrograms/ml) and quinolones (MIC less than or equal to 0.03 micrograms/ml). Conjugation studies suggest a genetic transfer of resistance, probably plasmid mediated. The presence of beta-lactamase and chloramphenicol acetyl transferase enzymes in all six isolates tested would account for the resistance to ampicillin and chloramphenicol respectively. The transfer of such plasmids to erstwhile sensitive strains could conceivably occur in this typhoid-endemic area, where sanitary conditions are poor and living conditions crowded, thus further exacerbating the problem. It is recommended that in areas where such multiresistant strains are encountered, the third generation cephalosporins or quinolones be used as empiric therapy for typhoid fever.

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