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Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Infections
Executive Summary: 1. Foot infections in patients with diabetes cause substantial morbidity and frequent visits to health care professionals and may lead to amputation of a lower extremity. 2.Expand
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Experimental osteomyelitis. I. A description of the model.
  • C. Norden
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of infectious diseases
  • 1 November 1970
Since the advent of antibiotics, acute osteomyelitis has become a less frequent cause of admission to the hospital, and mortality from the disease has declined [1]. Chemotherapy is not, however, aExpand
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Factors affecting pharyngeal Haemophilus influenzae type b colonization rates in children.
Over 1,300 children were studied in an analysis of factors that might affect pharyngeal colonization with Haemophilus influenzae type b. Our semiquantitative methods for the culture of H. influenzaeExpand
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Clinical infections in the noninstitutionalized geriatric age group: methods utilized and incidence of infections. The Pittsburgh Good Health Study.
Because noninstitutionalized senior citizens comprise over 95% of the population 65 years of age and older, their health needs are a major concern. Data regarding infections in this populationExpand
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Experimental osteomyelitis. IV. Therapeutic trials with rifampin alone and in combination with gentamicin, sisomicin, and cephalothin.
  • C. Norden
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of infectious diseases
  • 1 November 1975
Levels of rifampin, gentamicin, sisomicin, and cephalothin in normal and osteomyelitic rabbit bones were measured, and the efficacy of these drugs in the treatment of osteomyelitis was evaluated.Expand
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Pharyngeal colonization with Haemophilus influenzae type b: a longitudinal study of families with a child with meningitis or epiglottitis due to H. influenzae type b.
A longitudinal study of pharyngeal colonization with Haemophilus influenzae type b included 264 members of families that had a child with meningitis or epiglottitis due to this organism. It was foundExpand
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Infections in patients with multiple myeloma.
  • C. Norden
  • Medicine
  • Archives of internal medicine
  • 1 September 1980
Streptococcus pneumoniae is the organism that classically comes to mind as being the causative agent of most infections in patients with multiple myeloma. However, reports by Meyers et al 1 in 1972Expand
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Comparison of techniques for measurement of in vitro antibiotic synergism.
The methods and criteria for testing for synergy were compared with use of 22 strains of Klebsiella pneumoniae and a combination of cephalothin and gentamicin. With the checkerboard technique, theExpand
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Epidemiology of Accidental Needle‐Puncture Wounds in Hospital Workers
All employees, including physicians, of a 450 bed hospital were monitored for puncture wounds from contaminated needles over a four-year period. Five hundred seventy-nine incidents were reported.Expand
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Experimental osteomyelitis. II. Therapeutic trials and measurement of antibiotic levels in bone.
  • C. Norden
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of infectious diseases
  • 1 December 1971
This study measured levels of lincomycin and cephalothin in normal and osteomyelitic bone of rabbits and compared the effect of each agent in the treatment of osteomyelitis. Proportionately moreExpand
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