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  • Effectiveness of Sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim in the ...

    2005-9-16 · Therefore, the treatment of chronic otitis media with sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim for a minimum of six weeks is promising and might be a good alternative to surgical treatment. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of treatment with sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim during 6-12 weeks in children with chronic otitis media and otorrhea for more than 12 weeks.

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  • Degradation mechanisms of sulfamethoxazole and its ...

    2019-10-1 · In this study, sulfamethoxazole (SMX) was chosen as the representative antibiotic due to its wide application as a treatment for urinary tract infections caused by sensitive bacteria, respiratory system infections, intestinal infections, biliary tract infections and local soft tissue or wound infections.

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  • A Controlled Trial of Trimethoprim–Sulfamethoxazole

    2020-2-10 · Sulfamethoxazole (SMX), a broad spectrum bacteriostatic antibiotic and a sulfonamide first produced in 1962, is intended for treatment of upper respiratory and urinary tract infections (Rautakorpi et …

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  • Early exposure to environmental levels of

    Enrolled subjects are afebrile men with symptomatic urinary tract infection who were initially treated with 7-14 days of trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (TMP/SMZ) or ciprofloxacin by the treating clinician. …

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  • Seven vs. 14 Days Treatment for Male Urinary Tract

    Design: Prospective cohort study from January 2002 to April 2007, with a mean follow-up period of 36 months. Setting: University hospital with 750 beds and 27,000 admissions/year. Patients: Of 94 consecutive hospitalized patients with MRSA colonization or infection, 32 were excluded because of spontaneous loss of MRSA, contraindications, death ...

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  • Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole–Induced

    2003-6-1 · Indeed, the Pip-pyrr-MeArg dimer killed all 11 urinary tract infection-related Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae strains we studied in the sub-low micromolar concentration range. Almost all control antibiotics, including the currently leading trimethoprim-sulfametoxazole combination for urinary tract infection, remained without considerable activity against two or more of these bacterial strains.

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  • Highly effective regimen for decolonization of

    2018-9-4 · The risk of infection increases with the depth and duration of neutropenia, with the greatest risk occurring in patients who experience profound, prolonged neutropenia after chemotherapy, which is most likely to occur in the period before engraftment during HSCT and after induction chemotherapy for acute leukemia. 2 Fever can be an important indicator and is often the only sign or symptom of infection…

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  • In vitro and in vivo activity of an antibacterial peptide ...

    2017-11-1 · The in vitro results of this study suggest that based on the high intestinal concentration of these oral antibiotics, probiotics categorized as resistant strains may be killed in situ. According to the official definition, probiotics are “live microorganisms that, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host” . Ideally, a probiotic strain is unaffected by concomitant …

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  • Effectiveness of Sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim in the ...

    2005-9-16 · Therefore, the treatment of chronic otitis media with sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim for a minimum of six weeks is promising and might be a good alternative to surgical treatment. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of treatment with sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim during 6-12 weeks in children with chronic otitis media and ...

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  • A Controlled Trial of Trimethoprim–Sulfamethoxazole

    2009-5-18 · For Permissions, please e-mail: [email protected] van der Veen et al. sulfamethoxazole, the sulfamethoxazole component will select Microbiological investigation for class 1 integron-positive strains, leading to the presence of Since resistance to sulfamethoxazole is a very sensitive screening clinically relevant ...

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  • Effect of long-term trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole ...

    2016-10-4 · FMT for MDRO Colonization After Infection in Renal Transplant Recipients (PREMIX) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government.

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  • FMT for MDRO Colonization After Infection in Renal ...

    2019-10-1 · The removal efficiency of SMX in MFCs during an operating period after two months of acclimation is shown in Fig. 1.During first 20 h, we observed a rapid decrease in SMX concentration (more than 50%) in closed-loop MFCs, and this result is consistent with that of (Wang et al., 2015), who reported the half-life of SMX in MFCs.Subsequently, the removal rates tend to be gentle.

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  • Degradation mechanisms of sulfamethoxazole and its ...

    2017-11-1 · 1. Introduction. Antibiotics are the most effective drugs available to treat bacterial infections. However, diarrhea remains one of the most common adverse events associated with antibiotics: the so-called antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD) that occurs in 5 to 39% of cases , .The mean duration of AAD is approximately seven days, but this event can last for up to 10 days or longer for 19% of ...

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  • Antibiotic susceptibility of probiotic strains: Is it ...

    Clostridium perfringens is one of the major causes of intestinal disease in humans and animals. Its pathogenicity is contributed to by the production of a variety of toxins. In addition, predisposing environmental factors are important for the induction of C. perfringens-associated enteritis as shown by infection models.Environmental contamination, gastric and intestinal pH, intestinal ...

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  • Foaling-management practices associated with the ...

    2003-6-1 · The alarming rate of bacterial resistance induction highlights the clinical need for antimicrobial agents that act by novel modes of action. Based on the activity profile, the general tissue distribution and renal clearance of peptide-based drugs, we hypothesized that our newly developed pyrrhocoricin derivative would be able to fight resistant uropathogens in vitro and in vivo.

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  • In vitro and in vivo activity of an antibacterial peptide ...

    For this study, threonine (Thr) deficiency was hypothesised to exacerbate the intestinal damage induced by feed withdrawal with coccidial infection because of its high obligatory requirement by the gut; two dietary Thr treatments (0·49 and 0·90 %) were applied to chicks from 0 to 21 d of age.

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  • Effect of threonine deficiency on intestinal integrity

    2021-3-2 · Recapitulating our previous results, intestinal domination by Enterococcus had a hazard ratio of 3.8 for blood-stream infection by Enterococcus (P < 0.05, with a [2.6–5.5] 95% confidence ...

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  • A Controlled Trial of Trimethoprim–Sulfamethoxazole

    Design: Prospective cohort study from January 2002 to April 2007, with a mean follow-up period of 36 months. Setting: University hospital with 750 beds and 27,000 admissions/year. Patients: Of 94 consecutive hospitalized patients with MRSA colonization or infection, 32 were excluded because of spontaneous loss of MRSA, contraindications, death ...

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  • Highly effective regimen for decolonization of

    2013-11-25 · The proposed study is a randomized placebo-controlled trial of treatment duration for male urinary tract infection (UTI). Specifically, 319 men with a UTI will be randomized to 7 vs. 14 days of antimicrobial treatment. The primary outcome is resolution of UTI symptoms, assessed 14 days after completing active antimicrobial treatment.

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  • Seven vs. 14 Days Treatment for Male Urinary Tract

    The weaning period is associated with an increased prevalence of gastrointestinal infection in many species. Glutamine (Gln) has been shown to improve intestinal barrier function and immune function in both in vivo and in vitro models. The objective of the present study was to determine the effect of dietary Gln supplementation on intestinal barrier function and intestinal cytokines in a model ...

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  • Glutamine supplementation improves intestinal

    2002-7-16 · Study design Thirty-five 7-week-old Chester White-Hampshire-Duroc pigs were ob-tained from a local breeder, weighed, and identified by ear tag. The pigs, whose mean weight on the first day of the trial was 11 kg (25 lb) (Figure 1), were stratified on the basis of weight and sex and assigned to one of the following treatments:

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  • Effect of tylosin on an experimental Salmonella infection ...

    2016-9-28 · A Pervasive and Persistent Problem. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections, affecting 150 million people worldwide each year [1–3].Although both men and women may become infected, UTIs are traditionally thought of as a disease of women, among whom 50% will be affected across their lifespan [].Approximately 25% of women presenting with a first …

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  • Urinary Tract Infection: Pathogenesis and Outlook ...

    2021-3-2 · Recapitulating our previous results, intestinal domination by Enterococcus had a hazard ratio of 3.8 for blood-stream infection by Enterococcus (P < 0.05, with a [2.6–5.5] 95% confidence ...

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  • Compilation of longitudinal microbiota data and ...

    2018-9-4 · Purpose To provide an updated joint ASCO/Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) guideline on antimicrobial prophylaxis for adult patients with immunosuppression associated with cancer and its treatment. Methods ASCO and IDSA convened an update Expert Panel and conducted a systematic review of relevant studies from May 2011 to November 2016. The guideline …

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  • Antimicrobial Prophylaxis for Adult Patients With

    Y.R. Ortega, I.M. Sulaiman, in Encyclopedia of Food Safety, 2014 Prevention and Control. Intestinal sarcocystosis can be prevented by thoroughly cooking or freezing meat. Infected pork and beef products were noninfectious when cooked at high temperature (more than 60 °C for at least 20 min) or frozen for 48 h at −4 °C and 24 h at −20 °C before feeding to dogs.

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  • Amprolium - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    2021-2-1 · The activation or suppression of distinct elements of the immune system via targeted host-directed immunotherapy has gained significant attention in the field of infectious diseases, including toxoplasmosis (Kaufmann et al., 2018a, Kaufmann et al., 2018b, Singh et al., 2019).Immunotherapies are less prone to the emergence of resistance and often have fewer side effects compared with ...

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  • Talan – The Bottom Line

    2017-1-27 · The median erythema length was ~7cm compared with a median abscess length of 2.5cm. This suggests that there was surrounding infection and therefore these results may not apply to patients that do not have surrounding infection. The dose of TMP-SMX used is higher than recommended. There was a high rate of MRSA.

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  • Highly effective regimen for decolonization of

    Design: Prospective cohort study from January 2002 to April 2007, with a mean follow-up period of 36 months. Setting: University hospital with 750 beds and 27,000 admissions/year. Patients: Of 94 consecutive hospitalized patients with MRSA colonization or infection, 32 were excluded because of spontaneous loss of MRSA, contraindications, death ...

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  • Glutamine supplementation improves intestinal

    The weaning period is associated with an increased prevalence of gastrointestinal infection in many species. Glutamine (Gln) has been shown to improve intestinal barrier function and immune function in both in vivo and in vitro models. The objective of the present study was to determine the effect of dietary Gln supplementation on intestinal barrier function and intestinal cytokines in a model ...

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  • Manno-oligosaccharide attenuates inflammation and ...

    To explore the effect of manno-oligosaccharide (MOS) on intestinal health in weaned pigs upon enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli K88 (ETEC) challenge, thirty-two male weaned pigs were randomly assigned into four groups. Pigs fed with a basal diet or basal diet containing MOS (0·6 g/kg) were orally infused with ETEC or culture medium.

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  • Effect of tylosin on an experimental Salmonella infection ...

    2002-7-16 · Study design Thirty-five 7-week-old Chester White-Hampshire-Duroc pigs were ob-tained from a local breeder, weighed, and identified by ear tag. The pigs, whose mean weight on the first day of the trial was 11 kg (25 lb) (Figure 1), were stratified on the basis of weight and sex and assigned to one of the following treatments:

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  • Effect of multi-micronutrient-fortified rice on

    2017-11-16 · Design. The FORISCA-UltraRice ® +NutriRice ® study was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Four groups of four schools were randomly allocated to receive normal rice, UltraRice ® Original, UltraRice ® New or NutriRice ®.Within each …

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  • Clinical Characteristics and Risk Factors for

    2020-9-22 · Tel/Fax +86 57187236673. Email [email protected] Purpose: The aim was to examine the clinical characteristics and risk factors for bloodstream infection (BSI) due to carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae (CRKP) in patients with hematologic malignancies. Materials and Methods: A single-centre, retrospective case–control study ...

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  • Infections after lung transplantation - Nosotti -

    Intestinal tissue damage is mediated through toxin A and toxin B, which trigger a cytotoxic response, neutrophilic infiltrate and cytokine release. C. difficile infection is a common problem in lung transplant recipients, with an estimated incidence of 7–31% . Several risk factors have been identified: prolonged hospitalization and ICU stay ...

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  • Seven vs. 14 Days Treatment for Male Urinary Tract

    2013-11-25 · The proposed study is a randomized placebo-controlled trial of treatment duration for male urinary tract infection (UTI). Specifically, 319 men with a UTI will be randomized to 7 vs. 14 days of antimicrobial treatment. The primary outcome is resolution of UTI symptoms, assessed 14 days after completing active antimicrobial treatment.

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  • (PDF) Risk factors for trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole ...

    Risk factors for trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole resistance of E. Coli in children with urinary tract infection. 331 Pages. Risk factors for trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole resistance of E. Coli in children with urinary tract infection. Healthmed, 2013. Resul YILMAZ. Download …

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  • Infections after lung transplantation

    2017-12-1 · Intestinal tissue damage is mediated through toxin A and toxin B, which trigger a cytotoxic response, neutrophilic infiltrate and cytokine release. C. difficile infection is a common problem in lung transplant recipients, with an estimated incidence of 7–31% . Several risk factors have been identified: prolonged hospitalization and ICU stay ...

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  • Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole–Induced

    2019-4-2 · The impact of food antigens on intestinal homeostasis and immune function is poorly understood. Here, we explored the impact of dietary antigens on the phenotype and fate of intestinal T cells. Physiological uptake of dietary proteins generated a highly activated CD44 + Helios + CD4 + T cell population predominantly in Peyer patches. These ...

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  • JCI - Intestinal development and homeostasis require ...

    2017-1-1 · Executive Summary. Intra-abdominal infection (IAI) is a common disease process managed by surgical practitioners. The Surgical Infection Society (SIS) developed and disseminated guidelines for the management of these infections in 1992 [], in 2002 [2,3], and most recently in 2010 as a joint guideline with the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) [].

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  • The Surgical Infection Society Revised Guidelines on

    2016-3-18 · In the past, several enteric outbreaks in 1996, 1998, 1999, and 2003 caused by Salmonella typhi, a Gram-negative bacterium, have occurred in Armenia. This study describes the demographic, epidemiological, and clinical characteristics of febrile hospitalized patients with intestinal infections in Armenia. Using a chart review study design, medical data from adult patients who were hospitalized ...

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  • Intestinal Infections Among Febrile Hospitalized

    2020-9-2 · 1. Introduction. Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), also called as Povidone, is a synthetic polymer obtained by radical polymerization of the monomer, N-vinylpyrrolidone [].In 1939, German scientist Walter J. Reppe patented this process out of his acetylene chemistry research [].PVP is nontoxic, non-ionic, inert, temperature-resistant, pH-stable, biocompatible, and shows a complex affinity for both ...

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  • Pharmaceutical assessment of polyvinylpyrrolidone

    I. The American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC, pp 658–660 Google Scholar. Seydel JK, Wempe E (1979) Synergistic antibacterial activity in vitro of trimethoprim and sulphonamides and the importance of pharmacokinetic properties for optimal therapy. Infection [Suppl] 7:S313–S320 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar.

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  • Antibacterial Activity | SpringerLink

    2021-3-31 · 2. Endogenous bacterial endophthalmitis (EBE) While endogenous bacterial endophthalmitis comprises the minority (2–8%) of endophthalmitis cases, it is a devastating intraocular infection that often results in poor visual outcomes, loss of the eye, and even mortality [1, 2, 3, 4].Nineteen percent of cases have a bilateral presentation [].Prompt recognition and treatment is vital for improved ...

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  • A Non-Invasive, Low-Cost Study Design to Determine

    2012-3-16 · Conventional bioavailability testing of dosage forms based on plasma concentration-time graphs of two products in a two-period, crossover-design, is not applicable to topical treatment of intestinal segments. We introduce an isotope dual-label approach (13C- and 15N2-urea) for colon drug delivery systems that can be performed in a one-day, non-invasive study-design.

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  • Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole–Induced

    2019-4-2 · The impact of food antigens on intestinal homeostasis and immune function is poorly understood. Here, we explored the impact of dietary antigens on the phenotype and fate of intestinal T cells. Physiological uptake of dietary proteins generated a highly activated CD44 + Helios + CD4 + T cell population predominantly in Peyer patches. These ...

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  • JCI - Intestinal development and homeostasis require ...

    2017), causing a dramatic reduction in feed intake due to bad taste of the premix that is sometimes combined with decreased appetite due to infection. Moreover, if the fish do not eat the medicated feed quickly or reject it, the loss of antimicrobial agent into the water via leaching may be important (Rigos et al .

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  • Best therapeutic practices for the use of antibacterial ...

    Abstract. The Working Party makes more than 100 tabulated recommendations in antimicrobial prescribing for the treatment of infections caused by multidrug-resistant (MDR) Gram-negative bacteria (GNB) and suggest further research, and algorithms for hospital and community antimicrobial usage in urinary infection.

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  • Frontiers | The Host Microbiota Contributes to Early ...

    Grades of recommendation A at least one meta-analysis, systematic review, or RCT rated 1 + +, a and directly applicable to the target population; or A systematic review of RCTs or a body of evidence consisting principally of studies rated as 1 + , a directly applicable to the target population, and demonstrating overall consistency of results B a body of evidence including studies rated as 2 ...

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  • Treatment of infections caused by multidrug-resistant

    Intestinal worms Background/nature of infection/organisms involved. There is a wide range of nematodes and cestodes that can affect poultry, some of which are almost invisible to the naked eye. Intestinal worms should always be considered as a differential diagnosis, particularly in free-range flocks.

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  • Shigellosis - The Lancet

    2014-9-1 · Study design/inclusion criteria. We performed a retrospective case-case study of patients admitted to hospital with ESBL-E bacteraemia in the Auckland region of New Zealand over a 3 year period in order to identify and quantify differences in the risk factor profiles of patients with ESBL-EC and ESBL-KP bacteraemia.

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  • Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole–Induced

    2019-4-2 · The impact of food antigens on intestinal homeostasis and immune function is poorly understood. Here, we explored the impact of dietary antigens on the phenotype and fate of intestinal T cells. Physiological uptake of dietary proteins generated a highly activated CD44 + Helios + CD4 + T cell population predominantly in Peyer patches. These ...

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  • JCI - Intestinal development and homeostasis require ...

    2015-11-6 · Infection with the Gram-negative pathogen Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) has been associated with gastro-duodenal disease and the importance of H. pylori eradication is underscored by its designation as a group I carcinogen. The standard triple therapy consists of a proton pump inhibitor, amoxicillin and clarithromycin, although many other regimens are used, including quadruple, …

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  • Antibiotic treatment for Helicobacter pylori: Is the end ...

    2015-5-11 · Influence of intestinal bacterial decontamination using metronidazole and ciprofloxacin or ciprofloxacin alone on the development of acute graft-versus-host disease after marrow transplantation in patients with hematologic malignancies: final results and long-term follow-up of an open-label prospective randomized trial. Blood. 1999;93:3267–75.

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  • Intestinal Blautia Is Associated with Reduced Death

    2016-3-18 · In the past, several enteric outbreaks in 1996, 1998, 1999, and 2003 caused by Salmonella typhi, a Gram-negative bacterium, have occurred in Armenia. This study describes the demographic, epidemiological, and clinical characteristics of febrile hospitalized patients with intestinal infections in Armenia. Using a chart review study design, medical data from adult patients who were hospitalized ...

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  • Intestinal Infections Among Febrile Hospitalized

    2019-9-1 · The intestinal patches are divided into three kinds, depending upon the number of layers used in the design of a patch: 1) two-layered patch, 2) three-layered patch, and 3) four-layered patch . The two-layered intestinal patches are composed of a backing layer and a drug-loaded mucoadhesive layer.

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  • Oral Drug Delivery Technologies—A Decade of

    2017), causing a dramatic reduction in feed intake due to bad taste of the premix that is sometimes combined with decreased appetite due to infection. Moreover, if the fish do not eat the medicated feed quickly or reject it, the loss of antimicrobial agent into the water via leaching may be important (Rigos et al .

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  • Best therapeutic practices for the use of antibacterial ...

    2021-3-31 · 2. Endogenous bacterial endophthalmitis (EBE) While endogenous bacterial endophthalmitis comprises the minority (2–8%) of endophthalmitis cases, it is a devastating intraocular infection that often results in poor visual outcomes, loss of the eye, and even mortality [1, 2, 3, 4].Nineteen percent of cases have a bilateral presentation [].Prompt recognition and treatment is vital for improved ...

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  • U.K. guidelines for the management of

    A. When caring for an infant with an upper respiratory tract infection and elevated temperature, an appropriate nursing intervention is to: a. Give tepid water baths to reduce fever. b. Encourage food intake to maintain caloric needs. c. Have child wear heavy clothing to prevent chilling. d.

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  • JCI - Intestinal development and homeostasis require ...

    2019-4-2 · The impact of food antigens on intestinal homeostasis and immune function is poorly understood. Here, we explored the impact of dietary antigens on the phenotype and fate of intestinal T cells. Physiological uptake of dietary proteins generated a highly activated CD44 + Helios + CD4 + T cell population predominantly in Peyer patches. These ...

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  • Antibiotic treatment for Helicobacter pylori: Is the end ...

    2015-11-6 · Infection with the Gram-negative pathogen Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) has been associated with gastro-duodenal disease and the importance of H. pylori eradication is underscored by its designation as a group I carcinogen. The standard triple therapy consists of a proton pump inhibitor, amoxicillin and clarithromycin, although many other regimens are used, including quadruple, …

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  • Understanding the risk of emerging bacterial

    The observed development of S. pyogenes resistance to neomycin is concerning as this antibiotic is widely used systemically, that is, for intestinal disease (Basseri et al. 2011). The in-use concentration can be defined as the concentration of an active that is applied through disinfection.

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  • Intestinal Blautia Is Associated with Reduced Death

    2015-5-11 · Influence of intestinal bacterial decontamination using metronidazole and ciprofloxacin or ciprofloxacin alone on the development of acute graft-versus-host disease after marrow transplantation in patients with hematologic malignancies: final results and long-term follow-up of an open-label prospective randomized trial. Blood. 1999;93:3267–75.

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  • Antimicrobial agent exposure and the emergence and

    2012-12-27 · Read 'Antimicrobial agent exposure and the emergence and spread of resistant microorganisms: issues associated with study design, European Journal of Clinical Microbiology Infectious Diseases' on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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  • Best therapeutic practices for the use of antibacterial ...

    2017), causing a dramatic reduction in feed intake due to bad taste of the premix that is sometimes combined with decreased appetite due to infection. Moreover, if the fish do not eat the medicated feed quickly or reject it, the loss of antimicrobial agent into the water via leaching may be important (Rigos et al .

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  • Antimicrobial prescribing guidelines for poultry - Gray ...

    Intestinal worms Background/nature of infection/organisms involved. There is a wide range of nematodes and cestodes that can affect poultry, some of which are almost invisible to the naked eye. Intestinal worms should always be considered as a differential diagnosis, particularly in free-range flocks.

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  • Frontiers | The Host Microbiota Contributes to Early ...

    A. When caring for an infant with an upper respiratory tract infection and elevated temperature, an appropriate nursing intervention is to: a. Give tepid water baths to reduce fever. b. Encourage food intake to maintain caloric needs. c. Have child wear heavy clothing to prevent chilling. d.

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  • Update on Streptococcus suis Research and

    2020-5-14 · meningitis after intestinal translocation to the blood, demonstrated invasion and translocation patterns similar to those observed in mouse models and mouse organoids. The zoonotic S. suis serotype 2 strain BM407 was shown to translocate in this model as well, which makes it a promising model for future study of intestinal infection with S. suis.

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  • Best therapeutic practices for the use of antibacterial ...

    2017), causing a dramatic reduction in feed intake due to bad taste of the premix that is sometimes combined with decreased appetite due to infection. Moreover, if the fish do not eat the medicated feed quickly or reject it, the loss of antimicrobial agent into the water via leaching may be important (Rigos et al .

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  • Response to Questions Posed by the Food Safety and ...

    The extent of the disease may be directly related to the infectious dose of the pathogen; however, the susceptibility of individuals to infection and disease significantly varies by age, previous medical history (such as recent antibiotic treatment), current health status, and other factors (70, 71, 90).

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  • Long noncoding RNA MARL regulates antiviral

    2020-7-17 · Briefly, fish was challenged with 200 μl SCRV at a multiplicity of infection (MOI) of 5 through intraperitoneal. As a comparison, 200 μl of physiological saline was used to challenge the individuals. Afterwards, fishes were respectively sacrificed at different time point and the intestinal tissues were collected for RNA extraction.

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  • metronidazole Nursing Considerations &

    2012-12-27 · Antibiotics are essential agents that have greatly reduced human mortality due to infectious diseases. Their use, and sometimes overuse, have increased over the past several decades in humans, veterinary medicine and agriculture. However, the emergence of resistant pathogens is becoming an increasing problem that could result in the re-emergence of infectious diseases. Antibiotic prescription ...

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  • Antimicrobial agent exposure and the emergence and

    2000-9-1 · Background: The role of antibiotic therapy on Salmonella faecal excretion is controversial. Acute Salmonella gastroenteritis induces long‐lasting digestive symptoms in up to one‐third of subjects. The role of antimicrobial therapy on persistent post‐infectious symptoms is unknown. Aim: To investigate the role of antibiotic therapy on long‐term germ faecal excretion and digestive ...

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  • Medications Used in Avian and Exotic Medicine ...

    2020-1-2 · Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common in females, accounting for over 6 million patient visits to physicians per year in the United States. Cystitis (bladder infection) represents the majority of these infections (see the image below).

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  • Role of antibiotic therapy on long‐term germ

    A. When caring for an infant with an upper respiratory tract infection and elevated temperature, an appropriate nursing intervention is to: a. Give tepid water baths to reduce fever. b. Encourage food intake to maintain caloric needs. c. Have child wear heavy clothing to prevent chilling. d.

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