The use of aerosol penicillin and streptomycin in bronchopulmonary infections.


Three hundred patients with subacute or chronic non-tuberculous bronchopulmonary disease were given aerosol therapy, chiefly penicillin and more recently penicillin combined with streptomycin. The result showed that the inhalation of these antibiotics is a useful procedure in the treatment of tracheobronchitis, either subacute or protracted, or in… (More)


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