sulphathiazole


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sulphathiazole

(ˌsʌlfəˈθaɪəˌzəʊl)
n
1. (Pharmacology) a variant form of sulfathiazole
2. (Veterinary Science) a variant form of sulfathiazole
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Least resistance was shown to amino glycosides (kanamycin, gentamicin and amikacin) and sulfonamides (combination of sulphadimidine, sulphadiazine and sulphathiazole).
Afolabi, "Thermodynamic and density functional theory investigation of sulphathiazole as green corrosion inhibitor at mild steel/Hydrochloric acid interface," International Journal of Electrochemical Science, vol.
Osorio, "Synthesis and antibacterial activity of copper(II) complexes with sulphathiazole and cephalosporin ligands," Transition Metal Chemistry, vol.
They commonly addressed care of patients with medical conditions, such as agranulocytosis, pyelitis and acute nephritis, or patients receiving new treatments such as sulphathiazole for staphylococcal septicaemia.
Gough, 'A case of staphylococcal septicaemia successfully treated with sulphathiazole', KT, June (1942), pp.183-4.
Prasad et al [53] determined sulphanilamide, sulphapyridine, sulphaguanidine, sulphathiazole, sulphamerazine and sulphadiazine by titration with KBr[O.sub.3] the end point being indicated by a biamperometric system with Pt-graphite electrode.
A stock solution of sulphanilamide, sulphapyridine, sulphathiazole and sulphadiazinc (Sigma Chemicals, USA; May and Baker Ltd, England) was prepared by dissolving known amount (-500mg) of the sample in minimum quantity of 0.05 N NaOH in a 500 ml volumetric flask and then the solution was made up to the mark with distilled water.
A simple method for testing the sensitivity of wound bacteria to penicillin and sulphathiazole by use of impregnated blotting paper disc.
The colorimetric nitrite standard test method and its modifications [1-4] are based on the reaction of nitrite with an aromatic amine (sulphanilamide, sulphapyridine, sulphathiazole) to form a diazonium salt, and on the following reaction with a coupling reagent (1-naphtol-4-sulphonate, N-1-naphtylethylenediamine) to produce a highly coloured potentially carcinogenic azo dye.
coli isolates from persons in an urban metropolis (Lagos) were significantly more likely to be resistant to ampicillin and streptomycin (p [is less than] 0.05), and possibly more resistant to sulphathiazole and tetracycline (p < 0.10), than isolates from residents of nearby smaller towns and villages (Table 3) (91).