PMID: 7992529Jul 1, 1994Paper

The efficacy of different antimicrobial preparations in treating patients with disseminated peritonitis

Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii
B K ShurkalinV M Korshunov

Abstract

The results of our investigations revealed that in 68% of cases the treatment of patients with diffuse peritonitis with ampiox, gentamicin and metronidazole led to arresting the infectious process and to a considerable decrease in microbial contamination of the abdominal cavity. The use of cephalosporins and metronidazole proved to be effective in 85% of cases. In this treatment a considerable decrease in the amount of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria in peritoneal exudate was registered. In the process of treatment with cyprophloxacin positive clinical and microbiological dynamics were observed in all patients.

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