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Directed shift of vaginal flora after topical application of sucrose gel in a phase III clinical trial: a novel treatment for bacterial vaginosis.

  title={Directed shift of vaginal flora after topical application of sucrose gel in a phase III clinical trial: a novel treatment for bacterial vaginosis.},
  author={Zhong-ming Zeng and Qin-pin Liao and C. Yao and L. Geng and Li-hua Feng and H. Shi and X. Xin and P. Li and H. Wang and Yi-cun Pang and S. Liu and S. Jiang},
  journal={Chinese medical journal},
  volume={123 15},
  • Zhong-ming Zeng, Qin-pin Liao, +9 authors S. Jiang
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine
  • Chinese medical journal
  • BACKGROUND Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is one of the most common infectious diseases among sexually active women and is associated with the increased acquisition of a variety of sexually transmitted diseases. This study aimed to compare the efficacy of a non-antibiotic sucrose gel against an antibiotic metronidazole gel for the treatment of BV. METHODS A randomized, double-blinded, multi-center, parallel-group, placebo-controlled phase III clinical trial was conducted at eight hospitals in China… CONTINUE READING
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