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The review authors independently selected trials for inclusion and assessed methodological quality. We extracted and analysed relevant data separately. We resolved disagreements by consensus.
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MUC5AC synthesis was assayed using RT-PCR and ELISA. Phosphorylation of ERK1/2 was determined by western blotting.
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To assess the prevalence of dysglycemia (hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia) associated with oral levofloxacin and gatifloxacin therapy in an outpatient setting, and to determine the characteristics of patients who developed dysglycemia while receiving either fluoroquinolone.
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Comparison of the voriconazole Cmax day 14/day 7 ratio for the voriconazole + erythromycin group with that of the voriconazole + placebo group yielded a ratio of 107.7%[90% confidence interval (CI) 90.6, 128.0]; for the voriconazole + azithromycin group, the ratio was 117.5% (90% CI 98.8, 139.7). Comparison of the voriconazole AUCtau day 14/day 7 ratios of the voriconazole + erythromycin and voriconazole + azithromycin groups with that of the voriconazole + placebo group showed ratios of 101.2% (90% CI 89.1, 114.8) and 107.9% (90% CI 95.1, 122.4), respectively. For voriconazole tmax, the differences between the day 14-day 7 calculations for the voriconazole + erythromycin or the voriconazole + azithromycin groups and that of the voriconazole + placebo group were - 0.2 h (90% CI - 0.8, 0.3) and - 0.1 h (90% CI - 0.7, 0.5), respectively. None of these changes was considered clinically relevant. The study drugs were well tolerated by subjects in all groups; the most common study drug-related adverse events were visual disturbances, reported in all groups, and abdominal pain, present in the voriconazole + erythromycin group.
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To determine the effect on the international normalized ratio (INR) of adding azithromycin to patients receiving stable dosages of warfarin.
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Although adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are not uncommon, true allergic (i.e., immunologic) reactions are infrequent. Estimates are that only 10% of reported "penicillin (PCN)-allergic" patients have true allergic drug reactions. Most studies of PCN-related ADR have been conducted in adult populations and suggest that the majority of adult patients presenting with PCN allergy history can safely receive the drug. The goal of this study was to examine the outcome of provocative drug challenges to antibiotics in a pediatric population and correlate outcomes with predictive factors. Through chart review, we identified 96 pediatric patients with history of an ADR to antibiotics who underwent skin testing (ST) and/or graded challenges to PCN (n = 52), cephalosporins (n = 7), azithromycin (AZT; n = 24), or clindamycin (n = 4). Of these children with an ADR, 87 (90.6%) tolerated provocative drug challenges and 9 (9.4%) were instructed to continue drug avoidance because of positive ST or failed challenge. Eight of the nine patients continued drug avoidance due to positive PCN ST (n = 4) or ADR during drug PCN challenge (n = 4). All AZT and cephalosporin challenges had negative outcomes, and only one patient did not proceed with the clindamycin challenge after a positive ST. True "antibiotic allergy" denoted by positive ST or failed challenge in patients with a history of ADR occurred in <10% of children included in this study, suggesting that without such testing nearly 90% might be treated with alternative antibiotics unnecessarily.
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Information was obtained from comparative clinical trials, abstracts, conference proceedings, and review articles. Indexing terms included azithromycin, clarithromycin, dirithromycin, erythromycin, roxithromycin, and macrolide antibiotics.
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All 354 strains tested were resistant to ampicillin, chloramphenicol and tetracycline. Co-trimoxazole resistance was found in 92.2% of strains, and 0.8% of strains were resistant to nalidixic acid. All strains were susceptible to ceftriaxone, ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin, pivmecillinam, azithromycin, loracarbef and fosfomycin. Of the 29 laboratories surveyed, 18 (62.1%) were able to isolate and identify S. dysenteriae correctly, and 9 (32%) were able to serotype it further to S. dysenteriae type 1. Twenty-seven (93.1%) had appropriate culture media and 26 (89.7%) had antisera for Shigella identification.