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The mean operating time was 34 minutes in the control group and 31 minutes in the test group. This difference was not significant. In the test group there was a statistically significant reduction of postoperative pain in the 7 days after the extraction, and the patients had a consistent minor consumption of analgesics. Swelling was always present in the control and test groups in the postoperative week, but in the test group it was a minor sequela and was absent in 2 patients. Wound infection was a sequela reported in 4 patients in the control group and in 1 patient in the test group; this difference was statistically significant (P < .01). Fever was present in 2 patients in the control group and in 1 patient in the test group; this difference was not statistically significant.
The clinical cure rate for telithromycin-treated patients (per protocol) pst therapy (days 17-24) was 141/149 (94.6%) and compared well with that for amoxicillin (137/152 (90.1%)). Subset analysis of patients (per protocol) showed high clinical cure rates for patients aged >/= 65 years (telithromycin 21/24, 87.5%; amoxicillin 22/29, 75.9%); those with documented pneumococcal bacteremia (telithromycin 10/10, 100%; amoxicillin 7/9, 77.8%); and patients with a Fine score >/= III (telithromycin 31/34, 91.2%; amoxicillin 38/47, 80.9%). Bacterial eradication rates were comparable between treatments (telithromycin 42/48, 87.5%; amoxicillin 39/45, 86.7%), with 22/23 vs 18/21 Streptococcus pneumoniae strains 9/12 vs 11/13 Haemophilus influenzae strains and all Moraxella catarrhalis isolates (five and three patients, respectively) eradicated at the test-of-cure visit. Both treatments were generally well tolerated.
Sixty-nine children, aged 5 to 17 years, with symptoms of dyspepsia and gastric or duodenal ulcer were included in the study. The children were randomly divided into three groups. Group I - 23 children treated with PPI + AMO + CLA, group II - 23 children treated with PPI + AMO + MET, and group III - 23 children treated with sequential therapy. The diagnosis of Helicobacter pylori infection was based on histopathological evaluation of gastric mucosa sample and on culture. The sensitivity of bacterial strains to antibiotics was assessed based on E-tests. The efficacy of Helicobacter pylori eradication was assessed 6-8 weeks after the completion of the treatment.
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Concomitant therapy led to statistically significant higher eradication rates over sequential therapy. Both therapies showed excellent compliance and an acceptable safety profile. The 10-day quadruple concomitant scheme should be the adopted for first-line H. pylori eradication in Greece.
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The data of a nationwide probability sample survey of visits to physician offices in the United States in 1999 were used to conduct this study of drug use. A clinical pharmacologist identified antibiotics prescribed during those visits using a large online database. The participating physicians diagnosed the bacterial respiratory infections. An infectious disease expert determined the probabilities of bacterial resistance from a nationwide antibiotic surveillance database.
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Compared with European countries, the use of antibiotics in Slovenia is moderate. In the period 1999-2002 an 18.67% decrease in outpatient antibiotic consumption was noted. The aim of the present study was to analyse this decrease and its consequences.
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Persistent AOM or AOMTF for which tympanocentesis was performed occurred in 195 (16.2%) of 1,207, 204 (16.1%) of 1,278 and 152 (12.3%) of 1,232 AOM visits for 1995-1997, 1998-2000 and 2001-2003, respectively; the 24% decline in 2001-2003 in persistent AOM and AOMTF was significant (P = 0.007). Middle ear aspirates grew Streptococcus pneumoniae (48, 44 and 31%) and Haemophilus influenzae (38, 43 and 57%) for time periods 1, 2 and 3, respectively. There was a significant decline in S. pneumoniae (P = 0.017) and increase in H. influenzae (P = 0.012) isolations and of H. influenzae that were beta-lactamase-producing (P = 0.04) among middle ear fluid isolates. Also there was a trend for an increased proportion of S. pneumoniae in 2001-2003 that were penicillin-susceptible (P = 0.17).
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Both treatment plans are effective in treating very severe CAP in 2-month-to 5-year-old hospitalized children. The only analyzed outcome that favored amoxicillin/clavulanic acid treatment was time required to improve tachypnea.
The media described here reduce the time required to culture and isolate bacteria and perform susceptibility testing. Despite the high prevalence of H. pylori infection, the associated pathology is low and does not parallel H. pylori prevalence in the population.
Case 1. A 47-year-old woman began treatment with cloxacillin due to acute cellulitis. After ingesting 500 mg of the drug, she experience generalized maculopapular eruption and facial angioedema. Case 2. A 55-year-old woman presented an episode of acute urticaria and labial angioedema 60 minutes after ingesting 500 mg of cloxacillin for a skin abscess.