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[A case of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia with hyperinfection of Strongyloides stercoralis complicated with smoldering adult T-cell leukemia].
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After sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim (ST compound) was used for the Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, her symptoms markedly subsided, and the chest X-ray findings turned to normal by 45 days after the treatment. Expand
[A comparative study of cefepime for chronic respiratory tract infections].
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The clinical efficacy, safety and usefulness of Cefepime (CFPM), a new cephem antibiotics, in chronic respiratory infections were evaluated in a comparative study against Ceftazidime (CAZ), indicating that CFPM is useful for the treatment of chronic respiratory tract infections. Expand
[A comparative study of cefepime for bacterial pneumonia].
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The efficacy, safety and usefulness of cefepime (CFPM), a new cephem antibiotic, in bacterial pneumonia, were evaluated in a comparative study against ceftazidime (CAZ), indicating that CFPM is very useful for the treatment of bacterial pneumonia. Expand
[Clinical evaluation of imipenem/cilastatin sodium in the internal medicine].
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It is indicated that IPM/CS is a useful and safe drug against bacterial infections in internal medicine and in patients previously untreated with other antibiotics. Expand
[Dose finding study of cefepime for chronic respiratory infections].
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The optimal dosage of CFPM is 2 g/day for chronic respiratory tract infections, and the clinical properties of the drugs were compared with those of ceftazidime. Expand
Laboratory and clinical studies on cefdinir
[A retrospective study of hospitalized patients with fever of unknown origin (FUO) past six years].
We analysed retrospectively 48 hospitalized patients with fever of unknown origin (FUO) from 1982 through 1988. The criteria of FUO were (1) temperature of more than 38.3 degrees C documented onExpand
[Adoptive immunotherapy for pulmonary tuberculosis caused by multi-resistant bacteria using autologous peripheral blood leucocytes sensitized with killed Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria].
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Adoptive immunotherapy using the autologous PBL which were sensitized with killed bacteria may be an effective anti-tuberculous immunotherapy. Expand
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