sulfa drugs


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sulfa drugs

n. sulfa, medicamentos del grupo sulfonamida, antibacterianos.

sulfa drugs

n sulfas; [Note: The Spanish term sulfas is rarely used in the singular.]
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Their experimental bone grafting, use of sulfa drugs, limb transplantation, and artificial insemination are now standard medical procedures.
Anticoccidia drugs include sulfa drugs, Amprolium, Quinolones, and Ionophores.
Penicillin and the powerful sulfa drugs (antibiotics) were discovered.
rapid tests to determine the residual amount of quinolone antibiotics of the groups, macrolides, linkosamides, erythromycin, aminoglycosides, sulfa drugs in raw milk and finished products 38,016 pcs.
Summary: Rajesh Sahni, a highly-decorated officer, pulled the trigger on himself while Surendra Kumar Das swallowed an overdose of sulfa drugs
Then, in 1944, sulfa drugs were made available to the civilian population, so severe infections could be treated and were greatly reduced by its use.
The relatively highest risk was identified for the sulfa drugs.
After adjustments for age, sex, race, urinary tract infection, other medications and other medical conditions, patients who received sulfa drugs were more than twice as likely as those not exposed to antibiotics to have kidney stones; for broad-spectrum penicillins, the increased risk was 27 percent higher.
Sobocinski notes, "Beginning in 1944, penicillin therapy replaced sulfa drugs [see below] as the go-to treatment of venereal diseases (especially gonorrhea) at naval hospitals."
Cutaneous Loxoscelism: Patient with multiple bites and contraindication to sulfa drugs. Case report
Methemoglobinemia is an uncommon condition caused by induction of several toxic compounds including chlorates, inorganic, and organic nitrates or with drugs such as local anesthetics and sulfa drugs including dapsone or it can be congenital due to of red cell nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide reductase deficiency.