Author: David L. SchlossbergPublish On: 2017-08-10
This edition of Antibiotics Manual includes newer antibiotics that have been released since the publication of the First Edition and updates prescribing information for the older antibiotics.
Author: David L. Schlossberg
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A comprehensive compendium of all commonly used antibiotics, including indications, side effects, dosage information, and drug/food interactions Antibiotics Manual: A Guide to Commonly Used Antimicrobials, Second Edition is a unique, user-friendly guide made for all who prescribe antibiotics. It’s the only book available that takes a 100% drug-listed approach to 200 of the most common antibiotics prescribed to patients each day. Presented in full color, it’s also a convenient reference for every clinician to consult once the decision to use a particular antibiotic has been reached. This edition of Antibiotics Manual includes newer antibiotics that have been released since the publication of the First Edition and updates prescribing information for the older antibiotics. This all-new Second Edition: Has a color-coded interior design which provides quick and easy point of care access for the user Includes 200 of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics, listed by both brand and generic names Features important recently-released antibiotics such as ceftaroline, tedizolid, and bedaquiline Antibiotics Manual: A Guide to Commonly Used Antimicrobials, Second Edition is a welcome book for physicians in all specialties of medicine who prescribe antibiotics. It is also a handy tool for pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who want more information on the drugs they administer.
This book is an essential tool for everyone who prescribes antimicrobials and needs convenient, practical yet comprehensive information on their use, including Primary Care Physicians, Hospitalists, Surgeons, Infectious Disease Specialists, ...
Author: David Schlossberg
Management of antibiotic therapy is one of the most complex and important areas in medicine. Once the clinician has selected an antimicrobial to use, this guide provides all the essential information required to administer the antimicrobial safely and effectively: dosing schedules, side effects/toxicity, drug-drug interactions, use in renal failure, hepatic dysfunction, paediatrics and pregnancy, and recommendations for breastfeeding. The information is organised in a visually attractive, user-friendly format. This book is an essential tool for everyone who prescribes antimicrobials and needs convenient, practical yet comprehensive information on their use, including Primary Care Physicians, Hospitalists, Surgeons, Infectious Disease Specialists, Emergency Medicine Physicians, Pharmacists, Nurses, students, and others.
Antimicrobial. Therapy. in. Otolaryngology*. Michael K. Layland PROPHYLAXIS
AGAINST MICROBIALS: GENERAL PRINCIPLES • Therapeutic concentration
should be present before ... See Table 9-1 for a list of antibiotics commonly used.
Author: Michael Layland
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
The Washington Manual® Otolaryngology Survival Guide includes an overview of the residency, a breakdown of common floor calls, consults, and emergency room calls, a typical daily routine, examination of the head and neck, and chapters on otology, rhinosinusitis, surgical treatment of thyroid and parathyroid disease, antimicrobial therapy, and pediatric otolaryngology.
Author: Children's Hospital Medical Center (Boston, Mass.). Department of MedicinePublish On: 1980
Table 15-6 Intrathecal Dosage of Antimicrobial Agents Agent Adults Neonates
Streptomycin, kanamycin, amikacin 25–50 mg 5–10 mg ... If they must be used,
the dosage should be modified according to the following guidelines, and serum antibiotic levels should be ... Table 15-7) may be used in standard doses in Table
15-7 Metabolism and Excretion of Commonly Used Antimicrobial Agents Ch. 15 ...
Author: Children's Hospital Medical Center (Boston, Mass.). Department of Medicine
Antimicrobial agents are among the most commonly used and misused of all
drugs. The inevitable consequence of ... The achievable serum concentration for
an antibiotic generally is used to guide decisions on sensitivity or resistance of a
Author: Laurence Brunton
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Put the authority of Goodman & Gilman's in the palm of your hand! 5 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW! "...the most authoritative and trusted source of pharmacological information, has now spawned a portable pocket drug guide....This manual extracts the essential core drug information from the eleventh edition of the parent book, referring the reader to the online version of the parent book for historical aspects, many chemical and clinical details, and additional figures and references. This makes G & G a very useful book. This will be of use to individuals in training or practice in the fields of pharmacy, medicine, nursing, or allied health disciplines where knowledge of drug actions are important....Each chapter provides the core essential information provided in the parent book in a very readable format. Readers can use this easy to handle and read manual for essential information along with the online version of the parent book as a reference for more in-depth specific information on drugs."--Doody's Review Service The Goodman & Gilman Manual of Pharmacology and Therapeutics offers the renowned content of Goodman & Gilman's Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, Eleventh Edition, condensed into an ultra-handy, streamlined reference. More than just a pocket drug guide, this indispensable resource offers: A carry-along source of essential fundamental information, with all the authority of Goodman & Gilman's Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, Eleventh Edition The benefits of the world's leading pharmacology text in a convenient, portable format Comprehensive, yet streamlined and clinically relevant coverage of the pharmacological basis of therapeutics High-yield overview of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and the foundations of pharmacology Expert insights into the properties, mechanisms, and uses of all the major drug classes Considerations of vital patient-specific issues
It is commonly used to treat excessive skin build up on the soles of the feet (
plantar keratodermas and calluses ) ... Gentian violet is used when an
inexpensive and chemically and physically stable antiseptic , antimicrobial , or
both is needed .
A comprehensive health care resource provides information on the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of almost two hundred diseases and disorders as well as health issues affecting men, women, children, and the elderly.
Designed for quick, easy comprehension, this handbook reference will assist medical students in understanding the rationale behind antibiotic selection for common bacterial pathogens and infectious disease presentations.
Author: Alan R. Hauser
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Designed for quick, easy comprehension, this handbook reference will assist medical students in understanding the rationale behind antibiotic selection for common bacterial pathogens and infectious disease presentations. By supplying the rationale for choosing antibiotics, the book reduces the amount of memorization necessary for proper antibiotic prescribing. The book is heavily illustrated with two-color figures and includes fact-anecdotes, interesting ancillary information, mnemonics, and questions to test understanding. Appendices include dosing in adults and children; antibacterial agents in pregnancy; generic and trade names of commonly used antibacterial agents; and treatment of infections caused by bacterial agents of bioterrorism.
A Guide to the Laboratory Diagnosis and Control of Infection Thomas Jones
Mackie, James Elvins McCartney Robert Cruickshank ... sensitivity such as the
Oxford strain of Staph . aureus which is sensitive to concentrations of all the commonly used antimicrobial agents which can be easily attained in the tissues .
... D . C . Grove & W . A . Randall , Assay Methods of Antibiotics , A Laboratory Manual , Med .
This book is a manual of good practice giving essential advice on the choice of agent for the full range of surgical infections - taking both optimal clinical use and cost-effectiveness into account.
Author: John Smith
Publisher: CRC Press
The management of sepsis has an essential role in surgical care and surgeons are major users of antimicrobial agents. Indeed, the development of antimicrobial drugs has enabled the development of modern surgery, free of the morbidity and mortality associated with septic complications. To use antimicrobial agents effectively, the surgeon needs an understanding of the microbiological and pharmacological basis of their role as well as their clinical use. This book is a manual of good practice giving essential advice on the choice of agent for the full range of surgical infections - taking both optimal clinical use and cost-effectiveness into account. The book provides a succinct and up-to-date account of those antimicrobial agents (including antiviral agents) more commonly used in surgery. It is structured both to review antimicrobial agent by type and by their mode of use in various surgical subspecialties. Extensive cross-referencing, tabulation and a good index ensure that the optimal treatment regimen for any given clinical situation can be found quickly. There is also an extensive bibliography. Antimicrobial resistance - an ever increasing problem worldwide - is highlighted and there are major sections on the use of antifungal agents and antibiotic use in immunocompromized patients. The book is designed as a guide to good practice for trainee surgeons and will also be useful to postgraduate and professional surgeons in all subspecialties faced with difficult surgical infection.
This manual gives information on the causative organisms, epidemiology and clinical features of all important childhood infections.
Author: Mike Sharland
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Endorsed by the RCPCH and ESPID, and packed with helpful tips and practical guidance, The Blue Book is an easy to use, easily-accesible, but fully comprehensive and evidence-based reference guide, helping busy paediatricians recognise, investigate and manage both common and rare infectious diseases in children and babies.
Antimicrobials Commonly Used for Mycobacterial Susceptibility Testing Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing , Minimum ... National Committee for Clinical
Laboratory Standards , " Methods for Determining Bactericidal Activity of Antimicrobial Agents , " Tentative Guideline M26 - T , 1992 . ... nderfield CB and
Salfinger M . " Antimicrobial Agents and Susceptibility Tests : Mycobacteria , " Manual of Clinical ...
Author: David S. Jacobs
Category: Clinical chemistry
Contains information about laboratory procedures including test name and synonyms, patient care recommendations, specimen requirements, reference ranges, interpretive information, footnotes, and references. This ed. has expanded coverage of laboratory assays related to molecular pathology and treatments of clinical virology and therapeutic drug monitoring.
Ampicillin/sulbactam, amoxicillin/clavulanate, imipenem, piperacillin/tazobactam
and cefotaxim were used as monotherapy. ... There are some principles to guide
choosing the most appropriate antibiotic agent but the decision is largely based
on ... than usual outcome from intra-abdominal infection warrant a treatment
regimen with broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity. ... Two of the most widely used scoring systems are the Mannheim Peritonitis Index (MPI) (see Figure 4.3)
and the ...
Author: Joseph Solomkin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
A clinician's guideline for intra-abdominal infections written by experts in the field. - A manual to help physicians to quickly recognize and better understand the pathogenesis of intra-abdominal infections - Includes several high-quality black and white and color photographs from real-life clinical cases - Adheres to a simple format to serve as essential and quick reference guide for all non-surgical residents and physicians
The Handbook will help investigators save time and effort in formulating an approach to test a new potential therapeutic agent or combination of agents for in vivo efficacy and to position the therapy for specific infections where it may ...
Author: Merle A. Sande
Publisher: Academic Press
Handbook of Animal Models of Infection is a complete revision of a three-volume text that was published in 1986. It incorporates the major advances in the field during the past decade, in particular those concerning molecular biological procedures and new models that have been developed. It focuses on both methods and techniques, which makes it an essential and comprehensive reference as well as a benchtop manual. The Handbook will help investigators save time and effort in formulating an approach to test a new potential therapeutic agent or combination of agents for in vivo efficacy and to position the therapy for specific infections where it may have therapeutic promise. The book is divided into five sections; the first covering the general methodologies, followed by sections describing experimental bacterial, mycotic, parasitic, and viral infections. Discusses ethical and safety aspects in an introductory background section Covers principles of animal care and current techniques appropriate for the use of animal models of infection Details a wide range of animals including rodents, rabbits, cats, and primates Provides hands-on descriptions of how to set up the model Discusses the major advantages and limitations of each model Ensures full coverage of bacterial, fungal, viral, and parasitic infections
Antiviral Agents Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis is the most commonly
recognized manifestation of the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). ... Drugs
often used for management of cytomegalovirus are also efficacious for HSV but
exhibit more toxicity. ... American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Reference Manual: Guideline on use of antibiotic therapy for pediatric ... Bradley JS, Nelson
JD: 2012–2013 Nelson's pocket book of pediatric antimicrobial therapy, ed 19,
Elk Grove, Ill, 2012, ...
Author: Paul S. Casamassimo
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Now in full color, this text uses a unique age-specific organization to discuss all aspects of pediatric dentistry from infancy through adolescence. Each age-specific section covers the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social changes that children experience, as well as the epidemiology of dental disease at that age. Other chapters explore the examination, treatment planning, radiographic concerns, prevention, trauma, restorative dentistry, pulp therapy, orthodontics, and behavior management of each age range. Unique organization begins with an introduction to the basic information and topics pertinent to children of all ages, then divides up the rest of the text by age group to cover the specific changes the child experiences physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially. In most cases, particular dental issues are discussed only once, at the point in a child’s development at which they are most appropriate. Section on children from conception to age three covers conditions such as cleft palate, disturbances in calcification, unusual numbers of teeth, oral habits, caries, and the development of malocclusions that start during these years. Chapter on aesthetic restorative dentistry for the adolescent looks at material selection, tooth color and form, diastemas, discolored teeth, bleaching and more. Chapter on sport dentistry and mouth protection covers how to evaluate child/adolescent athletes, the different types of mouth protection available, and professional activities in sports dentistry. Chapter on the diagnosis of oral lesions and developmental anomalies uses tables and extensive illustrations to depict developmental anomalies, white soft tissue lesions and enlargements, dark soft tissue lesions, ulcerative lesions, radiolucent lesions of bone, mixed radiolucent and radiopaque lesions of bone. NEW! Full-color design creates an immediate visual impact and better illustrates concepts and dental conditions.
Manual of Antibiotics and Infectious Diseases . ... In addition , it is small enough to be portable . The Medical Letter Handbook of Antimicrobial Therapy . ... It
contains the standard antibiotic regimens used to treat various infections as well
as other useful information such as tables on how to adjust drug dosing in renal
Addressed to physicians, the guide responds to the urgent need to prevent the misuse of antibiotics, protect against the emergence of resistant bacterial strains and reduce the waste of resources spent on useless treatments.
Author: Y. Z. Abou
A comprehensive guide to the rational and safe prescribing of antimicrobials in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infections. Now in its second revised edition. the book gives particular attention to the management of infections commonly found in Eastern Mediterranean countries. Addressed to physicians, the guide responds to the urgent need to prevent the misuse of antibiotics, protect against the emergence of resistant bacterial strains and reduce the waste of resources spent on useless treatments. The manual has five chapters. The first explains the general principles of safe and effective antimicrobial therapy, emphasizing the many factors that need to be considered when selecting drugs, doses and modes of administration. The second chapter, which constitutes the core of the manual, provides precise prescribing guidelines for the management of 77 bacterial infections. For each infection, information includes relevant diagnostic advice, the most likely causative organisms listed in the order of frequency, the first-choice drug or combination, followed by alternatives and advice on dosage, mode of administration and duration of therapy. The third chapter outlines essential information about the properties, advantages and limitations of topical preparations for use as disinfectants, antiseptics, cleaning agents and antibiotics. Chemoprophylaxis is covered in the fourth chapter, which describes indications for chemoprophylaxis to prevent wound infection and sepsis in surgery, to prevent selected infections and to prevent bacterial endocarditis. The concluding chapter sets out dosage ranges for 27 commonly used antimicrobials.
[previously entitled Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual] Timothy L. Kauffman, Ronald
W. Scott, John O. Barr, Michael L. Moran. particularly on the legs. ... If the cellulitis
does not respond to antimicrobial therapy, drug resistant organisms or an
alternative diagnosis should be considered. Recurrent leg cellulitis ... The two
most commonly used are 5% permethrin cream and 1% lindane lotion or cream.
Author: Timothy L. Kauffman
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Now in its third edition, this trusted clinical guide enables both the busy practitioner and student to review or to learn about a range of pathologies, conditions, examinations, diagnostic procedures, and interventions that can be effectively used in the physical rehabilitation of older people. It presents a broad overview of age-related physiological changes as well as specific professional discipline perspectives. Organized into eleven distinct and interrelated units, the first unit begins with key anatomical and physiological considerations seen with aging which have significant impact on the older person. The second and third units go on to review important aging-related conditions and disorders of the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular/neurological systems respectively. Neoplasms commonly encountered in older people are the focus of the fourth unit; while aging-related conditions of the cardiovascular, pulmonary, integumentary and sensory systems are presented in units five through seven. Unit eight highlights a range of specific clinical problems and conditions commonly encountered with older patients. Critically, all of these units emphasize important examination and diagnostic procedures needed for a thorough evaluation and stress interventions that can be of significant benefit to the older patient. The ninth unit presents select physical therapeutic interventions that are especially important in managing rehabilitative care. Key societal issues related to aging are discussed in the tenth unit. Finally, the concluding eleventh unit focuses on the successful rehabilitation team that includes both professional and non-professional caregiver members. A trusted guide to the conditions and problems faced when evaluating and treating geriatric patients Extensive coverage over 84 chapters, each written by an expert in the field Includes imaging, vision and the aging ear Cross-referenced - providing the complexity and inter-relatedness of co-morbidities common to aging patients Collaborative international perspective Chapters on the aging spine; frailty; safe pilates for bone health; health care for older people Additional renowned editor - Ronald W. Scott Revised title to reflect the comprehensive scope of content covered (previously entitled Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual)
Limited information on the antimicrobial susceptibility of Lactococcus spp .
suggests that these organisms are moderately susceptible to penicillin and ...
Documenting resistance to this antibiotic will not only guide therapy but also aid
in identification of the isolate . ... Stomatococcus strains , and susceptibility
patterns to other commonly used antimicrobial agents seem to vary with the
isolate ( 3 , 37 , 38 ) .
Author: Michael Pfaller
Category: Diagnostic microbiology
For the past 28 years, the Manual of Cinical Microbiology has been recognized as the benchmark for excellence among microbiology books. The sixth edition of this book once again provides the definitive reference work for running an effective state–of–the–art diagnostic laboratory, presenting a more direct approach to organizing information, with thorough but concise treatments of all the major areas of microbiology, including new microbial discoveries, changing diagnostic methods and emerging therapeutic challenges facing clinicians. Increased emphasis has been given to infection control and the role of molecular diagnostic procedures and it contains the very latest and authorative work on phylogenetic and nomenclatural changes so important in all areas of clinical microbiology. The authors –many of them new in this edition –are all acknowledged experts in their fields and write with accuracy and authority on the latest and most significant discoveries in bacteriology, mycology, virology, parasitology and susceptibility testing.
The laboratory must teach hospital staff to receive such data to guide their review
of antibiotic about proper selection of ... information as part of a laboratory , ative
costs of the currently used antimicrobial agents pharmacy , or infection control ...
Author: H. Shadomy
Publisher: Amer Society for Microbiology
Category: Diagnostic microbiology
First published in 1970, previous edition in 1985. MCM5 is enlarged and restructured to keep pace with new developments and technology. Users must have knowledge of the fundamentals of microbiology and possess basic laboratory skills. Operational and organizational chapters address topics ranging from collecting and managing clinical specimens to selecting the best methodological approach for determining strain identity. Subsequent chapters deal with specific microorganisms as etiologic agents and with the clinical microbiologic laboratory in various treatment and research functions. Member price, $64. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR