[Characteristics of the distribution of long-acting sulfanilamides in purulent pyelonephritis in rats].

Abstract

Distribution of sulfalen, sulfadimethoxine and sulfamethoxypyridazine in the blood and organs of rats and binding of the drugs to the blood serum proteins of the animals with experimental P. aeruginosa pyelonephritis were studied. It was shown that in rats with P. aeruginosa pyelonephritis the levels of long-acting sulfanilamides in the blood and organs were lower, while the levels of their penetration through the histohematic barriers were higher, which was partially due to the decreased binding of sulfanilamides to blood proteins.

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@article{Rudzit1983CharacteristicsOT, title={[Characteristics of the distribution of long-acting sulfanilamides in purulent pyelonephritis in rats].}, author={{\'E}. A. Rudzit and N. V. Ostapchuk and V. I. Bobrov}, journal={Antibiotiki}, year={1983}, volume={28 11}, pages={837-41} }