Psychiatric side effects of ofloxacin used in the treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease

@article{Hall2003PsychiatricSE,
  title={Psychiatric side effects of ofloxacin used in the treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease},
  author={Claire E. Hall and H A Keegan and Karen E. Rogstad},
  journal={International Journal of STD \& AIDS},
  year={2003},
  volume={14},
  pages={636 - 637}
}
The Clinical Effectiveness Group of the Medical Society for the Study of Venereal Diseases and the Association of Genitourinary Medicine published guidelines on the management of pelvic inflammatory disease in 1999. Subsequently, the use of ofloxacin has increased in our department. However, ofloxacin can cause serious psychiatric side effects, particularly in those with a past psychiatric history. This is of relevance to genitourinary medicine (GUM) physicians as there is a high prevalence of… 
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