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This happened in all 202 patients treated with gentamicin plus azithromycin, and in 198 of the 199 (99.
The use of gentamicin significantly increased for patients with indwelling catheters, suggesting the preferential use of this agent in this setting; this finding was also consistent with previous studies.
The role of gentamicin in treatment of listeriosis in pregnancy is controversial.
Louis, MO), cefoperazone (sodium salt), ciprofloxacin, piperacillin (sodium salt), gentamicin (sulfate salt) obtained from Sigma, tetracycline (hydrochloride) from USB and chloramphenicol from Fluka were used.
It was found that significantly more isolates were resistant to rifampicin, gentamicin, trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole, chloramphenicol, tetracycline, minocycline and nitrofurantoin in the NHLS laboratories than the private laboratories, where resistance was higher for ciprofloxacin, clindamycin, 5 [micro]g mupirocin and erythromycin (Table III).
Figure 3 shows that the susceptibility for gentamicin varied considerably between the bacteria from the different chickens.
Gentamicin is from a group of antibiotics known to be ototoxic, or toxic to the ears, said Dr.
Further studies may lead to the development of new and safer antibiotics, or another drug that can be paired with gentamicin that has fewer side effects than aspirin.
After gentamicin treatment, the reference reading displayed a nearly constant difference from the sample reading, and variation in the reported potassium concentrations was minimal (Fig.
Not only did it kill the bacterial cells, but it was twice as potent as gentamicin, a drug commonly used to treat the foodborne illness.