By D. C. Shanson (auth.), R. N. Grüneberg MD, MRCPath (eds.)
The function of this e-book is to supply studies of varied antibiotic issues so as to be of curiosity to working towards clinicians and to microbiologists. it's was hoping that adequate references were supplied to permit the fanatic to immerse himself within the resource literature. No try has been made to hide the full box, that is good catered for within the a variety of works at the topic. fairly, the goal has been to choose a couple of issues during which there was loads of swap in recent times, and to invite a suitable authority to study the topic. on account that I selected the subjects, it can be intended, relatively effectively, that i've got pointed out topics during which I felt myself to require a few postgraduate schooling. the method used to be anything just like the renowned radio programme during which a castaway is authorized to choose a couple of gramophone documents to take with him to a wilderness island. i am hoping that readers will proportion my curiosity within the contributions from a few individual participants to the sphere of antibiotic chemotherapeutic examine. even though i've got had the privilege of enhancing this quantity will probably be understood that the perspectives expressed by means of the authors are their very own and feature no longer been the topic of editorial evaluate. i'm thankful to the entire collaborators during this quantity, and to the publishers, MTP Press, for his or her support, and for asking me to adopt the duty. R. N.
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And Bowden, G. H. (1976). Physiological classification of oral viridans streptococci. J. Dent. , 55 (Special issue), A166 2 Prophylactic antimicrobial drug therapy M. W. Casewell INTRODUCTION Most clinicians are from time to time perplexed about what can and cannot be achieved by prophylactic antimicrobial therapy. Few topics in therapeutics have generated such confusion, controversy, and heated debate. Despite the arguments there seems to be one consensus, namely that antimicrobial prophylaxis is over-used.
Historically there are many examples of improvements in nursing and surgical procedures that have contributed far more to the prevention of hospital-acquired infection than many attempts at antibiotic prophylaxis. The use of antibiotics some years ago in attempts to prevent bacteriuria in catheterised patients now seems naive when one considers the decrease in infection following the introduction of closed catheter drainage 6 • Some clinicians, at least in some London teaching hospitals', apparently still favour antibiotic 'prophylaxis' for their catheterised patients, and are undeterred by the lack of evidence that such regimens are of any value.
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Antibiotics and Chemotherapy: Current Topics by D. C. Shanson (auth.), R. N. Grüneberg MD, MRCPath (eds.)