Michio Tomiyama

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Among cases of infantile acute pharyngolaryngitis with cough as a chief complaint, 21 cases that the involvement of bacterial infections has been demonstrated were given minocycline (MINO) and the effectiveness and safety of MINO were investigated. 1. Regarding the clinical effectiveness, the number of cases assessed as markedly effective was 9 (43%) and(More)
To objectively evaluate the clinical efficacy and safety in acute tonsillitis, flomoxef (FMOX) was examined for the distribution of sensitivity of clinical strains to it and for its clinical usefulness. 1. The 80% minimum inhibitory concentration of 11 clinical strains of Gram-positive bacteria, 6 of Gram-negative bacteria and 5 of anaerobic bacteria was(More)
In the treatment of adult patients with acute rhinosinusitis, it has been assumed that subjects over 65 years of age or living with children attending a day nursery, are at higher risk for infection with drug-resistant bacteria. However there are few reports which have discussed the relationship between those risk factors and adult patients with acute(More)
In recent years, Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus influenzae have acquired resistance to some drugs; as such, a therapeutic strategy in which penicillins (PCs) are primarily used is currently recommended for the treatment of pediatric upper respiratory tract infections. In 2000, we changed the primary drug used for such infections in patients(More)
Changes in nasopharyngeal flora were investigated in children with acute otitis media and with acute exacerbations of chronic sinusitis in whom antibiotic therapy of relatively long duration was required until substantial improvement in clinical findings was achieved. 1. The antibiotics used were two cephalosporins, i.e., cefaclor (CCL) and cefixime (CFIX),(More)
Nasopharyngeal specimens were taken from 29 children with acute otitis media, 14 children with chronic sinusitis at acute exacerbation and 2 children with streptococcal pharyngitis who had received cefaclor for 14 days. The study was designed to compare the microbiologic flora of the nasopharynx before the treatment of these diseases with that after the(More)
  • M Tomiyama
  • Kansenshogaku zasshi. The Journal of the Japanese…
  • 1994
Changes in susceptibilities to oral antimicrobials were investigated in 189 children, in whom Haemophilus influenzae was detected by nasopharyngeal culture, among the children who were diagnosed as having acute otitis media or chronic sinusitis with acute exacerbation in the Department of Otolaryngology in 1986, 1988 and 1991. The minimum 50% inhibitory(More)
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