May 1, 1977

Use of Sulprim in ambulatory urology--experiences and results

Zeitschrift für Urologie und Nephrologie
A Schwozer

Abstract

104 patients, according to the character of the diseases subdivided into 2 groups, were treated with Sulprim. Secondary infections of the efferent urinary passage are particularly taken into consideration. Apart from the antibiogram also clinical state, findings of the sediment and references to literature are regarded as criteria for the use of medicaments. The therapeutic success is judged considering the asepsis, the findings of the sediment and the improvement of the subjective condition. Several selected groups of disease show that the application of the medicament must be aimed and must be done critically. Side effects are described.

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Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial
Antibiogram
Urinary Tract Infection
Secondary Infections
Medicament
Gantanol
Postoperative Procedures
Sulprim
Specialty Type - Ambulatory
Preoperative Procedure

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