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Gentamicin tissue accumulation and nephrotoxic reactions.
In 64 adults treated with gentamicin sulfate, peak and trough serum concentrations rose gradually and declined in two phases after the final dose. Seventeen patients experienced renal damage. The 17… Expand
Assessment of the biologic availability of tetracycline products in man
- W. H. Barr, L. Gerbracht, K. Letcher, M. Plaut, N. Strahl
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
- 1 January 1972
Significant differences were found in the absorption characteristics of three commercial tetracycline preparations. These differences were observed after both single‐dose and multiple‐dose… Expand
Who Rules South Africa
South Africa is a country poorly understood in the wider world. There are two main views of the country that persist in the international consciousness and which are often propagated by South… Expand
How unstable is the Horn of Africa?
- M. Plaut
- Political Science
- 1 June 2013
How can one explain the apparent stability that has prevailed in the Horn since 1991? The overthrow of the Mengistu regime in Ethiopia and the de facto independence of Eritrea paved the way for a… Expand
Systemic antibiotics for prophylaxis in urologic surgery: a critical review.
Accumulation Pharmacokinetics of Tobramycin
- Jerome J. Schentag, G. Lasezkay, T. Cumbo, M. Plaut, W. Jusko
- Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
- 1 April 1978
Tobramycin pharmacokinetics is usually described by a one-compartment model, but this model fails to account for both the incomplete urinary recovery and prolonged post-treatment persistence noted… Expand
Tissue persistence of gentamicin in man.
- Jerome J. Schentag, W. Jusko, M. Plaut, T. Cumbo, J. Vance, E. Abrutyn
- Computer Science, Medicine
A two-compartment pharmcokinetic model was used to caracterize serum concentrations and to predict tissue accumulation of gentamicin in 47 treated patients. Expand
Power: Black Workers, Their Unions and the Struggle for Freedom in South Africa