Parenteral administration of gentamicin in renal failure: patients undergoing intermittent haemodialysis.


Thus in normal subjects or patients with impaired renal function injection of 40 mg. of gentamicin fails in the majority of cases to produce serum levels reaching the minimum inhibi-tory concentration of clinical isolates of Ps. aeruginosa. With this dose the serum level will rarely exceed the minimum inhibitory concentration by a factor of two, nor will it… (More)

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