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Laboratory and clinical studies of sulbactam/ampicillin (SBT/ABPC) in children have been carried out, and the following results were obtained. 1. Antibacterial effect MICs of SBT/ABPC were only one-tube less than or similar to those of ABPC against susceptible organisms. Against ABPC-resistant organisms at the inoculum size of 10(8) cells/ml however,(More)
A 5-year-old girl with congenital sensorial deafness experienced four episodes of bacterial meningitis in a 13-month period. On the fourth episode, an extensive search for the cause of recurrent meningitis was conducted. Complete immunologic studies, humoral, cellular, and phagocytic, yielded negative results. Precise otological examination, i.e., skull(More)
Cefodizime (CDZM, THR-221), a new cephem antibiotic, was investigated for its clinical efficacy and pharmacokinetics in children. The results obtained are summarized as follows. 1. Antimicrobial activities Antimicrobial activities of CDZM against clinically isolated organisms were determined. MICs of CDZM against 1 strain each of Streptococcus pneumoniae,(More)
Three patients were studied: two infants with acute monocytic leukemia who failed to respond to the initial combination therapy of daunorubicin with cytosine arabinoside, and an adolescent with relapsed acute monocytic leukemia. They were intensively treated with epipodophyllotoxin (VP-16-213) alone and subsequently had complete remission. One patient(More)
1. Clarithromycin (TE-031, A-56268) was given orally to 46 children with respiratory infections, skin infections and others. A total of 9 patients were excluded; 8 patients refused to take the drug because of it's taste, and 1 patient was later found to have viral pneumonia. Clinical efficacy was therefore evaluated in remaining 37 cases and was good or(More)
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