Ragnhild Løberg

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1 The milk excretion of phenoxymethylpenicillin (PMP) was studied from both breasts in patients with mastitis (n = 12) and healthy volunteers (controls, n = 4) to investigate the hypothesis that milk transfer of PMP is higher in mastitic than in non-mastitic breasts. 2 Patients were included according to clinical symptoms of mastitis. Milk (and serum from(More)
Acute bacterial conjunctivitis is a prevalent infection in the population. Topically applied chloramphenicol has been the most frequently used treatment on this indication. The recommended dosage of 0.5% eye drops has been one drop hourly/every two hours for three days, thereafter every 4-6 hours. This dosage is not based on scientific documentation. We(More)
Global measures of trunk sway are traditionally used even though the trunk comprises a multiple number of segments. The authors' aim was to measure the seated sway of typically developing children using a multisegment approach. Twenty typically developing children divided into 2 groups, older and younger than 10 years old, participated in this study. The(More)
Using the Kelsey-Sykes capacity-test, it was found that a sterile yeast suspension used to simulate 'dirty' conditions, gave an increased effect of Chloramine T against the fungi Candida albicans, Aspergillus fumigatus, Geotrichum candidum and Penicillium sp. compared with the effect under 'clean' conditions. This effect was not found with the fungus(More)
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