co-trimoxazole

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co-trimoxazole

(ˌkəʊtrɪˈmɒksəzəʊl)
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(Pharmacology) an antibiotic consisting of a mixture of trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole (a sulfa drug): used esp to treat infections of the urinary tract and lungs (as in AIDS)
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In the recent State of the World s Antibiotics reports published by the Centre for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy in September 2015, shows that consumption of antibiotics in South Africa is growing dramatically, driven by prophylaxis for HIV patients using cotrimoxazole but also by the use of broad spectrum penicillin s in the community and General Practitioner setting.
Furthermore, in the survey conducted by Sheng et al (21) it was observed that in chloroquine resistant malaria, a combination of berberine and pyrimethamine showed better results in the elimination of parasites and it was more effective than other drugs such as tetracycline or cotrimoxazole.
Typhimurium of multilocus sequence type (ST) 313 that is rarely seen outside the region and is associated with multidrug resistance (MDR) to chloramphenicol, cotrimoxazole, and ampicillin (4,5).
We tried to read as much as we could about HIV management; we gave isoniazid and cotrimoxazole prophylaxis and we obtained a supply of ketoconazole for oesophageal candidiasis.
In September 2010, while caring for 69-year-old Gary Ward, who had a history of hypertension and obesity, and who had been admitted to North Shore Hospital with a myocardial infarction, Monique Draper, administered 80mg of Sotalol, 80mg of Simvastatin and 480mg of Cotrimoxazole.
Among the available drugs, cotrimoxazole was chosen due to its applications and because its constituents are chromophores (20).
Medication for treating skin diseases in the clinics Treatment Available medication Acne therapy Benzoyl peroxide Oral antibiotics * Doxycycline * Erythromycin * Cotrimoxazole Topical retinoids (specialist prescription) Antihistamines Chlorphenyramine Promethazine Topical steroids Weak * Hydrocortisone acetate 1% Potent * Methylprednisolone aceponate (scalp) * Betamethasone valerate Super potent * Clobetasol (specialist prescription) Moisturisers Aqueous cream Cetomacrogol cream Emulsifying ointment PMF Antibacterials Povidine-iodine scrub/shampoo Tar LPC 5% in HEB LPC shampoo Sun protection Sunscreen SPF8 (specialist prescription)
Efficacy of cotrimoxazole and rifampin for 6 or 8 weeks of therapy in childhood brucellosis.
They were investigated using Gram positive discs (Abtek Biological Ltd) containing the following: Cotrimoxazole (Cot), 25 [micro]g; Gentamicin (Gen) 10 [micro]g; Nalidixic acid (Nal), 30 [micro]g; Ofloxacin (Ofl) 30 [micro]g; chloramphenicol (Chl), 10 [micro]g; Augmentin (Aug), 30 [micro]g; Amoxycillin (Amx) 25 [micro]g; and Tetracycline (Tet), 10 [micro]g, and Poly disc Gram negative, Multi susceptibility Disc (Poly-Tes Med.
After the introduction of the project, new mothers were three times more likely to access postnatal care within one week of delivery, and HIV-positive women and their infants were significantly more likely to have started treatment with cotrimoxazole, an important and simple therapy to decrease HIV-related illness.
Since manufacturers, to save cost, may have the tendency to replace propylene glycol with highly toxic diethylene glycol, in the present study replacement of propylene glycol with de-mineralized water in desloratadine syrup and cotrimoxazole suspension, and the stability of the new and old formulation was properly investigated both in the real time and accelerated stability study methods.