trimoxazole

trimoxazole

(trī-moks'ă-zōl),
Combination trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole (U.K.).
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Co- trimoxazole (30, 60, and 120 mg/kg) caused a dose-dependent change in ovarian histopathology in a dose-dependent manner, i.e.
Abstract Objective To evaluate the efficacy of combined therapy of meglumine antimoniate and co- trimoxazole in cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL).
coli found to be significantly resistant to co- trimoxazole (91.8%) cefpodoxime (87.1%) aztreonam (69.4%) gentamicin (62.4%) amikacin (61.2%) and ciprofloxacin (34.1%).
coli in urine cultures of pregnant women in India during their first trimester showed highest overall resistance to ampicillin, naladixic acid and co- trimoxazole at 75%, 73%, and 59% respectively, between 2004 and 2007.
(2) Three treatments evaluated were: trimoxazole {1600 + 800 mg/day} (SXT), amphotericin B {1mg/kg/day} followed by trimoxazole for maintenance {1600 + 800 mg/day} (SXT + ANPH), and itraconazole {200 mg/day} (ITZ).
Contemporary unconventional clinical use of co- trimoxazole. Clin Microbiol Infect 2012;18(1):8-17.
[4] The emergence of antimicrobial resistance, especially the multidrug resistance to ampicillin, chloramphenicol and co trimoxazole, has further complicated the treatment and management of enteric fever.
In a study resistance to co- trimoxazole (57.5%) was the highest followed by ciprofloxacin resistance (48.75%).16 In 2005, a study showed high incidence of MDR with no strains resistant to ciprofloxacin.17 But our study showed a significant quinolone resistance.
ampicillin, chloramphenicol and co- trimoxazole. To make sure that both isolates belonged to the same patient, repeat sub-culture and primary sensitivities were performed from the blood culture bottle, which showed the same results.
The single growth of serratia species was sensitive to gentamicin and amikacin, cloxacillin and piperacillin, co trimoxazole, cefoperazone /sulbactam and the carbapenem antibiotics and tigecycline.