Posts Tagged ‘antibiotic resistance

Guidelines for Pediatric Pneumonia

Posted by: admin on: April 24, 2012

If prevention of pneumonia with flu shots fail, the first choice in treating babies and preschool kids is the age old drug Ampicillin says a recent study. Team@CMHF

Antibiotic and kids

Posted by: admin on: February 14, 2012

Penicllin dosage in children needs a review says a senior doctor from Canada. Sadly we have stopped using penicillin in India! Team@CMHF

Are we over treating bactinuria: A study

Posted by: admin on: February 9, 2012

Bacteria in urine routine and a positive urine culture thereafter in asymptomatic patients does not always warrant antibiotics says a study. Team@CMHF

Background. Inappropriate use of antibiotics in the intensive care unit (ICU) is associated with antimicrobial resistance, which can affect patient outcomes. Procalcitonin, a calcitonin precursor hormone, is a specific marker for bacterial infection in patients with sepsis. The objective of the study was to determine whether an algorithm derived from the biomarker procalcitonin is effective […]

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