Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections with Ampicillin


(b) For patients with pronounced clinical features of acute pyelonephritis where rapid control to limit renal damage is desirable. (c) For patients known to have extensive renal damage where there is a danger of infection precipitating renal failure as well as extending the renal lesion. (d) Post-operative patients where oral therapy is impracticable or… (More)


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