Month: July 2021

11 rules – How to take antibiotics correctly

How to take antibiotics correctly, the first rule Any antibiotics should be taken only as prescribed by a doctor. The main rule is to use antibiotics only in cases when it is impossible to do without them. Indications for the use of antibiotics – the appearance of signs of an acute bacterial infection, which the […]

New antibiotics have been approved in the United States

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has registered a new indication for the use of Recarbrio (a combination of imipenem, cilastatin and relebactam) for the treatment of hospital pneumonia (GP) and ventilator-associated or ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia (VAP) in patients aged 18 years and older. Previously, Recarbrio was registered for the treatment of severe infections […]

Vitamin D deficiency and cystitis

Vitamin D deficiency and cystitis: inflammatory diseases of the lower urinary tract (cystitis) are among the most common urological diseases in outpatient practice. As is known, women suffer from them 30 times more often than men (the incidence rates among women are 500-700 episodes per 1000, while among men aged 21 to 50 years, the […]

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