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A course of sulfanilamide for an infection at diagnosis was recommended, and the drug was continued in children throughout the school year as prophylaxis to reduce recurrences. 43,74 After World War II, penicillin became available and was more effective for treatment of streptococcal infections and prophylaxis than sulfa by: 8. Medical Clinics of North America September, Boston Number PRESENT STATUS OF SULFONAMIDE THERAPY CHARLES H. RAMMELKAMP, M.D.t THERE is no longer any doubt that the sulfonamide drugs exhibit a dramatic curative effect in a number of infections. This is especially true in lobar pneumonia, epidemic meningitis, and by: 2. In the last few years new chemotherapeutic agents have made their appearance. These consist of the well known sulfonamide compounds, already proved valuable clinically, and lesser known substances derived from molds, fungi and bacilli, e. g. penicillin from penicillium, tyrothricin from soil bacteria and actinomycosin from by: Para-aminobenzenesulfonamide and its derivatives; experimental and clinical observations on their use in treatment of beta hemolytic streptococcic infection: preliminary report Article Jan
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late Joshua Lederberg, humans and microbes continue to be locked in a contest between “our wits and their genes” (Lederberg, ). It should be noted at the outset of this document that the meaning of the phrase “antimicrobial resistance” is wholly context-dependent. I. INTRODUCTION With the development in recent years of a variety of sulfonamide compounds 1 and specific bactericidal and antitoxic serums 2 for the treatment of infections of the eye, the etiologic diagnosis of diseases of the conjunctiva and cornea has become an essential and practical procedure. This is especially true because there areCited by: 8. infection patients infections disease clinical diagnosis hiv fever spp virus acute organisms symptoms viral gram infected clinical features antibiotic bacterial antibiotics species chronic respiratory meningitis hepatitis. Request PDF | Efflux Pumps in Neisseria gonorrhoeae: Contributions to Antimicrobial Resistance and Virulence | This chapter deals with the structure-function relationships, genetics, gene.