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Oral gentamicin is not effective treatment for persistent diarrhea

Acta Paediatrica. Supplement

Sep 1, 1992

Alfred V BartlettJosé Ramiro Cruz

PMID: 1421933

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We conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled clinical trial of oral gentamicin (10 milligrams/kilogram body weight/day for five days) in treatment of unselected cases of persistent diarrhea (duration 14-18 days at initiation of treatment) among 3-36-month-old children in ...read more

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    Acta Paediatrica. Supplement

    Sep 1, 1992

    Alfred V BartlettJosé Ramiro Cruz

    PMID: 1421933

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    Abstract

    We conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled clinical trial of oral gentamicin (10 milligrams/kilogram body weight/day for five days) in treatment of unselected cases of persistent diarrhea (duration 14-18 days at initiation of treatment) among 3-36-month-old children in ...read more

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