Download e-book for iPad: Clinical Medicine: with STUDENT CONSULT Access by Michael Llewellyn Clark MD FRCP, Parveen Kumar CBE BSc MD

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By Michael Llewellyn Clark MD FRCP, Parveen Kumar CBE BSc MD FRCP FRCP(Edin), Michael L. Clark MD FRCP

ISBN-10: 0702027634

ISBN-13: 9780702027635

This can be a rather well written textbook of medication. good prepared and recent in such a lot parts. really easy to learn. This was once the easiest e-book i discovered for masking the fundamentals of inner medication.

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11). FURTHER READING Finch RG, Williams RJ (eds) (1999) Antibiotic resistance. Bailliere's Clinical Infectious Diseases. London: Bailliere Tindall. Hughes WT, Armstrong D, Bodey GP et al. (2002) Guidelines for the use of antimicrobial agents in neutropenic patients with cancer. Clinical Infectious Diseases 34: 730-751. Murray BE (2000) Vancomycinresistant enterococcal infections. New England Journal of Medicine 342: 710-721. Ramsdale DR, Turner-Stokes L (2004) Prophylaxis and treatment of infective endocarditis in adults.

Netilmicin and amikacin have a similar spectrum but are more resistant to the aminoglycoside-inactivating enzymes (phosphorylating, adenylating or acetylating) produced by some bacteria. Their use should be restricted to gentamicin-resistant organisms. They cause brown discoloration of growing teeth, and thus these drugs are not given to children or pregnant women. Photosensitivity can occur. Interac tions Enhanced nephrotoxicity occurs with other nephrotoxic drugs, ototoxicity with some diuretics, and neuromuscular blockade with curariform drugs.

Walsh TJ (2002) Echinocandins - an advance in the primary treatment of invasive candidiasis. New England Journal of Medicine 347(25): 2070-2072. IMMUNIZATION AGAINST INFECTIOUS DISEASES Although effective antimicrobial chemotherapy is available for many diseases, the ultimate aim of any infectious disease control programme is to prevent infection occurring. This is achieved either by: ■ eliminating the source or mode of transmission of an infection (p. 22) ■ reducing host susceptibility to environmental pathogens.

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Clinical Medicine: with STUDENT CONSULT Access by Michael Llewellyn Clark MD FRCP, Parveen Kumar CBE BSc MD FRCP FRCP(Edin), Michael L. Clark MD FRCP

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