"These results lend additional support for more judicious use of broad-spectrum
antibiotics in community-onset pneumonia," the authors write.
Product: Proxel LSR Preservative Attributes: Introduced to the European market, it is a dual-active, broad-spectrum
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- The use of broad-spectrum
antibiotics and combinations of antibiotics was also high, raising concerns about increased risk for the development of antibiotic resistance and drug-resistant infections.
Of the uncomplicated cases, the readmission rate for patients who got broad-spectrum
antibiotics was 1.4%, compared with 0.9% for patients who received narrow-spectrum ones; in cases of complicated appendicitis, 6.8% of subjects given broad-spectrum
antibiotics were readmitted within 30 days, compared with 4.4% for patients on narrow-spectrum antibiotics.
Based in Berkeley, Calif., ExThera develops broad-spectrum
, dialysis-like therapeutic devices to treat life-threatening bloodstream infections.
Whilst needing to be validated by further studies, the results of this study suggest that the use of broad-spectrum
antibiotics in an outpatient, primary care setting before the age of 24 months may be associated with increased risk of childhood obesity.
The results, published in Biological Control, showed that whiteflies initially died off at about the same rate in areas treated with both the whitefly-specific and the broad-spectrum
"It wasn't until recently that the FDA was able to establish an accurate and reliable broad-spectrum
test," she said.
The initiation of these projects is another step in Functional Genetics' ongoing commitment to develop innovative broad-spectrum
Merle Norman introduces LUXIVAA Sheer Defense with broad-spectrum
Ceftobiprole is the first anti-MRSA broad-spectrum
cephalosporin to demonstrate efficacy in a large clinical trial in patients infected with staphylococcal infections, including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
People with infections acquired in medical settings "have a different prognosis" because the microbe involved is more likely to be resistant to some drugs, so doctors should treat those infections with targeted drugs rather than broad-spectrum
antibiotics, Lipsky says.