Pharmacology of gentamicin in the biliary tract of humans.

Abstract

Serum and biliary tract levels of gentamicin were determined in a large series of patients. In only 17.7% of subjects were therapeutic serum levels achieved, even though recommended doses of gentamicin were administered. Therapeutic bile gentamicin levels were reached in only some of the patients with therapeutic serum levels. 

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@article{Mndelson1973PharmacologyOG, title={Pharmacology of gentamicin in the biliary tract of humans.}, author={J M{\`e}ndelson and Joel D Portnoy and Harvey Sigman}, journal={Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy}, year={1973}, volume={4 5}, pages={538-41} }