This rate was determined by the resolution of diarrhoea (less than or equal to three unformed bowel movements per days for at least two consecutive days) as well as the lack of further need for CDAD
therapy on study treatment and maintained for two days after the end of study treatment.
The incidence of nosocomial CDAD
was 166 per 100,000.
The conventional medical treatment for CDAD
is, you guessed it, another antibiotic.
was diagnosed in cases with diarrhoea that were confirmed Toxin A positive.
However, information about CDAD
is scarce in Korea.
One systematic review found increased risk of CDAD
in patients taking cephalosporins, penicillin, or clindamycin (TABLE 1).
is not a reportable medical event in Louisiana; however, it has been considered as a reemerging infectious disease.
1) Nosocomial CDAD
is almost always associated with antimicrobial use.
The women developed signs of severe CDAD
3 to 60 days after receiving antibiotics; the median was 5 days.
difficile infection, which makes it difficult to accurately compare the epidemiology of CDAD
over time and place (6).
But this study was a multicenter trial and documented the largest number of pediatric CDAD
cases reported--4,895 cases among children under age 18 years, they said.
Furthermore, and most importantly, the length of stay of hospitalised patients with CDAD