Gentamicin penetration and decay in the human aqueous.

@article{Hillman1979GentamicinPA,
  title={Gentamicin penetration and decay in the human aqueous.},
  author={Jeffrey S Hillman and Stan Jacobs and A J Garnett and M B Kheskani},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1979},
  volume={63 11},
  pages={794-6}
}
The penetration of gentamicin into human aqueous was measured after intensive drops or subconjunctival injection of the antibiotic. The drop regimen proved ineffective in producing a therapeutically effective level. After a single 40 mg subconjunctival injection an effective concentration was achieved in 2 hours and maintained for 24 hours. The significance of these findings is discussed with respect to therapeutic implications. 

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