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Modern home networks are becoming more and more complex with the integration of various types of interconnected smart devices, using heterogeneous networking technologies. Many of these devices are also connected to the Internet, generally through an integrated access device. Those smart devices are potentially vulnerable to several types of attacks. In… (More)
Branchio-oto-renal syndrome is an inborn disease of autosomal dominant transmission and variable expression. The syndrome associates ear pits, branchial cleft fistulas or cysts, deafness and renal anomalies heavily compromising prognosis. We report four adults (2 males, 2 females) in three different families with branchio-oto-renal syndrome. All 4 probands… (More)
During an open multicentric trial (17 centers), we have treated 62 septicemia by dibekacin, alone or associated with other antibacterial drugs. Taking into account the degree of severity of these patients, the results are considered satisfactory in 47 patients. 15 failures were noted (including 9 deaths). General and local tolerance were good, in spite of… (More)
In this cooperative trial, 181 patients with various urinary tract infections were treated by dibekacin, a new hemi-synthetic aminoglycoside. Clinical and bacteriological results confirm the efficacy of dibekacin in this indication. Local and systemic tolerance, and thus renal and cochleo-vestibular, were very satisfactory.
Thirty six patients in an intensive care unit with a bacterial bronchopulmonary infection were treated with intraparenteral dibekacin at a dose of 3 mg/kg/day. Mean age of the patients was 55 years and the mean duration of treatment 14 days. Biological material was obtained by fibro-aspiration or pleural tap. One or more organisms were identified in 36… (More)