Despite active antiepidemic actions, mass vaccination campaigns, and facilities of etiotropic
therapy, infectious diseases still challenge the whole world.
Genetic evaluation can help clinicians determine the precise diagnosis, and provide etiotropic
treatment and prognosis.
Recently, the connection between DED and Chlamydophila pneumoniae infection in simultaneous clinical signs of follicular conjunctivitis has been reported, and, in that case, conjunctival localization of the agent as well as partial efficacy of etiotropic
therapy has been proved .
Furthermore, a number of studies have shown it has beneficial effects in animals such as etiotropic
effects on the health status and growth rates of calves (Matsumoto et al., 2009), capacitating action on ram spermatozoa (de las Heras et al., 1997), and protective effects against neurotoxicant-induced cell death (Cho et al., 2007).
Under such circumstances, the systemic etiotropic
antibacterial therapy (SEAT) in these patients doomed to failure in the case of ignoring changes in the structure of microflora and its resistance to antibiotics.
The selection of the samples was required for bacteriological cultivation as well as examination with EIA and PCR (in 95 patients) at the first day of admission to the hospital before the onset of etiotropic
Design and study of new agents having antitubercular activity: the original compound perchlosone as a potent agent of etiotropic
therapy for tuberculosis.
However, with an etiotropic
treatment, blood pressure can be controlled or even returned to normal.
Determination of the etiological factor in sepsis takes a significant place in the determination of the etiotropic
On the basis of the findings regarding the possible efficacy of DFA III as a prebiotic (Minamida et al., 2005; 2006), we speculated that the etiotropic
effects of DFA III could be applied to group-housed calves that are fed milk replacers and that DFA III administration would help maintain good health in the calves and hence reduce the use of antibiotics.