DRSP


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DRSP

abbreviation for drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae.

DRSP

Drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae.
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The laboratory survey is a relatively low-cost method of estimating the prevalence of DRSP in South Carolina.
A number of prevention strategies should be promoted to decrease infections with DRSP in South Carolina, including adherence to the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices recommendations regarding use of the 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine for persons 2 years of age or older with increased risk for pneumococcal disease (16); use of Prevnar, the 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, among children less than 2 years of age; and continuation of the statewide Careful Antibiotic Use Program.
Improve the detection of DRSP by promoting the new NCCLS interpretive standards for identification and susceptibility.
But because HT products are not directly compared in clinical trials and there are no published data on this issue, he said it was difficult to comment on the effect that the DRSP component might have on mitigating these types of side effects.
The primary theme of the conference general sessions was the public health impact of DRSP and MRSA and the need for accurate surveillance data to track and monitor resistance trends.
In a 3-month trial of 260 women, those treated with the 20-mg dose during the luteal phase had a significantly greater response than those on placebo, as measured by a decrease in the DRSP total scores.
The IRF lauded DRSP s innovative, sustainable and good practices in this field.
YAZ each contain drsp, a different kind of hormone that for some may increase potassium too much.
Minimizing the impact of drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae: a strategy from the DRSP working group.
This means that drsp can block certain receptors in the kidneys, and therefore can cause excess water and sodium to be excreted from the body.