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A pharmacologic evaluation of penicillin in children with purulent meningitis.
We undertook a prospective study of the pharmacokinetics of penicillin G (administered intravenously every four hours for a total of b50,000 U per kilogram per day) in the cerebrospinal fluid ofExpand
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Comparison of human rotavirus disease in tropical and temperate settings.
Human rotaviruses (HRV) are a common cause of acute nonbacterial gastroenteritis in pediatric patients. A prospective study of HRV disease in a temperate (Dallas) and a tropical (San Jose, CostaExpand
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Acute disseminated staphylococcal disease in childhood.
From 1964 to 1974 we treated 15 children who had acute disseminated staphyloccal disease. The majority were previously-well males over 5 years of age. Thirteen of 15 patients had one or moreExpand
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Hepatitis and pregnancy.
The maternal and fetal outcomes of 50 pregnancies complicated by acute viral hepatitis were examined. Twenty (40%) cases were due to type B hepatitis virus. The clinical course of the maternalExpand
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Abnormalities of the auditory brainstem response in post-meningitic infants and children.
The auditory brainstem response (ABR) was recorded in 86 infants and children from 1 month to 14 years of age following episodes of bacterial or viral meningitis. Thirty-two demonstrated some degreeExpand
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Infections due to Chlamydia.
  • J. P. Hieber
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of pediatrics
  • 1 December 1977
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Staphylococcal cervical adenitis in young infants.
Etiologic studies of cervical adenitis have rarely separated the cause of the infection in relation to the age of the patient. In older children, group A β-hemolytic Streptococcus has often beenExpand
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Reevaluation of Kanamycin Dosage in Infants and Children
It was recently reported that the dosage of kanamycin formerly recommended for neonates of 7.5 mg/kg every 12 h did not produce therapeutic serum concentrations of 15 to 25 μg/ml, but a larger dosageExpand
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Kanamycin in children: pharmacology and lack of toxicity of an increased dosage regimen.
REFERENCES 1. Klimek J, Nightingale C, Lehmann WB, and Quintiliani R: A comparison Of amoxicillin and ampicillin concentrations in serum and middle ear fluid in children with chronic otitis media, JExpand
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An outbreak of gentamicin-resistant Enterobacter cloacae infections in a pediatric intensive care unit.
The intensive care unit at Children's Medical Center in Dallas is a medical-surgical unit that cares for pediatric patients of all ages. In 1978 an outbreak of infections occurred that was caused byExpand
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