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Major Finding: Among 203 patients with bacteremia, endocarditis, and osteomyelitis receiving outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy in an infectious disease physician office infusion center, the clinical success rate was 93%, and the rates of infection recurrence and hospital readmission were 6% and 9%.
aeruginosa and Enterococci shows poorer response to antimicrobial therapy.
Analysis of 1,186 episodes of gram-negative bacteremia in non-university hospitals: the effects of antimicrobial therapy.
The only form of treatment that offers a chance of favorable outcome is early surgical drainage followed by appropriate antimicrobial therapy.
With aggressive surgical debridement facilitated by the broad exposure provided by modern craniofacial approaches, followed by tissue-guided systemic antimicrobial therapy, one can anticipate resolution of the progressive radiographic findings, and often times, note reversal or improvement of neural deficits (especially those of recent onset).
faecium bloodstream infections often receive inappropriate antimicrobial therapy for days, leading to higher mortality and significant hospital costs.
Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy - Antimicrobial Therapy
The Harriet Lane handbook of pediatric antimicrobial therapy, 2d ed.
This chapter has information on antimicrobial classification, general efficacy of selected antimicrobial agents, antimicrobial therapy based on the site of infection, combination antimicrobial therapy, and a number of sections on resources available to veterinarians treating companion exotic animals.
Contract award: provision of support services for an outpatient parental antimicrobial therapy service for the hse
Antimicrobial therapy reduces shedding of the Vibrio cholerae bacillus in feces from [greater than or equal to] 5 days to 1-2 days, thereby reducing the volume of diarrheic stool and the duration of illness, hastening recovery, and decreasing the chances of disease spread.

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