Serum levels of penicillin and their variations after administration of benzathine penicillin in children.


During a study of the serum levels of penicillin necessary for the prophylaxis of rheumatic fever in children (Carron, Maillard, and Pellerat, 1961) we made some observations which could have practical importance in the treatment of syphilis. We observed certain variations in the serum levels after the administration of benzathine penicillin some of which… (More)


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