Ototoxicity from intermittent streptoduocin therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis; a study of one hundred five patients treated eight to ten months.

@article{Curry1956OtotoxicityFI,
  title={Ototoxicity from intermittent streptoduocin therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis; a study of one hundred five patients treated eight to ten months.},
  author={F. Curry and J. M. Schless and P. Storey and J. A. Wier},
  journal={Diseases of the chest},
  year={1956},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={
          628-32
        }
}
CONCLUSIONS One hundred five patients with pulmonary tuberculosis were treated from six to eight months with streptoduocin, a combination of equal parts of streptomycin and dihydrostreptomycin, two grams every third day, for the first six months and one gram every third day thereafter. Audiograms and ice water vestibular studies were done and the results compared with those of a series of 100 patients who received streptomycin alone. Of the patients in the present series, 66.7 per cent had some… Expand
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Restrictions imposed on antibiotic therapy by renal failure.
Streptomycin and not dihydrostreptomycin.
  • L. Meyler
  • Medicine
  • Acta oto-laryngologica. Supplementum
  • 1963
When can combinations of antibiotics be used.

References

: " Ototoxicity from Intermittent S tre ~ tnmyc i ~ Sulfate l ' hirapy bf ~ u 1 mona ) ry Tuberculosis , " AMA Arch
  • 1954