sulfadiazine


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sulfadiazine

[¦səl·fə′dī·ə‚zēn]
(pharmacology)
C10H10O2N4S An antibacterial sulfonamide used in the treatment of a variety of infections.
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Silver sulfadiazine cream has been used as wound dressing for over three decades,10,15 and in clinical application, 1% such cream can well control infections.
multocida isolates against ten commercially available antibiotics (gentamicin erythromycin amoxicillin ampicillin chloramphenicol ciprofloxacin norfloxacin enrofloxacin sulfadiazine and amikacin) was determined by disc diffusion assay (Bauer et al.
0 mg/mL) were prepared in distilled water and that of sulfadiazine (SDZ), the internal standard was prepared in aqueous acetonitrile (200 mL of acetonitrile per liter of water).
Antifungal therapy is not recommended for primary pulmonary coccidioidomycosis in immunocompetent patients who have no risk factors for dissemination, while patients with disseminated infection should be treated with an extended-spectrum triazole, according to the guidelines, which also specify that critically ill patients with disseminated paracocddioidomycosis should be treated initially with amphotericin B, followed by ketoconazole, itraconazole, or sulfadiazine.
These three surviving patients were treated with pentamidine isethionate, fluconazole, flucytosine (5-fluorocytosine), sulfadiazine, and a macrolide antibiotic (azithromycin or clarithromycin) (9, 10).
Eighteen patients received pyrimethamine plus sulfadiazine and 25 co-trimoxazole, with comparable baseline characteristics.
3) Before patch testing, a sulfonamide antibiotic allergy was confirmed by each patient with an oral challenge of sulfamethoxazole, sulfadiazine, or sulfamethazole.
Silver sulfadiazine was not yet developed and early tangential excision and immediate grafting came only in the early 1970s.
At Nebraska Medical Center, patients often are treated topically with silver sulfadiazine cream.
Cutaneous burns, when they do occur should be treated as thermal cutaneous burns with bacitracin, silver sulfadiazine or mafenide acetate.
One of the more frequently used in otolaryngologic practice is CSF powder--a mixture of chloramphenicol, sulfadiazine, and Fungizone (amphotericin B).
Silver sulfadiazine inhibits epithelial migration and can delay healing.