T D Konstantinova

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Ceftriaxone, cephalosporin of the third generation, was given to 40 adults admitted to hospital for bronchopulmonary infections. Pneumonia and aggravation of chronic bronchitis were diagnosed in 27 and 13 patients, respectively. The drug was given in a single daily dose 1-2 g intravenously or intramuscularly. Mean duration of the treatment course was 6.13(More)
Esomeprazole is efficient for acid-dependent diseases of the gastrointestinal tract in patients with chronic hepatitis and hepatic cirrhosis as it can reduce the disease symptoms and cause the epithelization of erosive and ulcerative defects of the mucous coat. The terms of the cicatrisation of erosive and ulcerative defects of the mucous coat of the(More)
Two hundred and sixty eight microbial strains were tested for their antibiotic susceptibility. Azithromycin (sumamed) was shown to have an efficient inhibitory action on pneumococci, streptococci and hemophilic bacilli. Doxycycline and gentamicin were not sufficiently active against gram-positive cocci, the same as trimethoprime/sulfamethoxazole which was(More)
Step-by-step therapy of patients with pneumonia and exacerbated chronic bronchitis with amoxyclav (amoxycillin/potassium clavulanate) in a dose of 1.2 g administered intravenously dropwise every 8 hours for the first 2 days of the treatment with subsequent oral use of the drug in a dose of 625 mg thrice a day for 5 days proved to be highly efficient. The(More)
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