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SMZSulfamethoxazole (antibiotic)
SMZStreamside Management Zone
SMZSilver Mt. Zion (band)
SMZSpecial Management Zone (land)
SMZSymmetric Mach-Zehnder (structure)
SMZShallow Moist Zone
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Teratogenesis, Trimethoprim Sulfamethoxazole, Mice.
The solution with common concentration 25.328 g [L.sup.-1] ([10.sup.-1] mol [L.sup.-1]) of pure sulfamethoxazole in alcoholic medium was prepared using 2.53 g of SMX dissolved in 100 mL of ethanol.
Over the years many found the making of Sulfamethoxazole uneconomical and faced declining profit margins.
In patients with normal kidney function, the elimination half-life of sulfamethoxazole is 9 h and that of trimethoprime is 10 h.
Typhi and Paratyphi were 88.2% for fluoroquinolone, 66.1% for ampicillin, and 66.5% for trimethoprim- sulfamethoxazole [15].
Contract notice: Open-house discount agreements on medicines with the combination of active ingredients sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (j01ee01).
Within 112 days of their first or second febrile or symptomatic urinary tract infection (UTI), 302 young children diagnosed with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) by voiding cystourethrogram were randomized to 3 mg of trimethoprim plus 15 mg of sulfamethoxazole per kilogram; and 305 other VUR children were randomized to placebo.
Compared with other antibiotic classes, sulfonamides, including the sulfamethoxazole that is contained in TMP/SMX, are responsible for higher rates of moderate-to-severe allergic reactions, hospitalizations, and hematologic or renal effects (5).
Amikacin 148 48.0 Ampicillin 133 2.3 Ceftriaxone 129 33.3 Cefalotin 153 11.8 Chloramphenicol 82 52.4 Trimethoprim/ 178 57.3 sulfamethoxazole Gentamicin 206 44.2 Imipenem 76 97.3 Cefepime 141 73.0 Ceftazidime 121 67.8 Escherichia coli Amikacin 71 53.0 Ampicillin 63 12.7 Ceftriaxone 64 50.0 Cefalotin 87 33.3 Chloramphenicol 43 79.1 Trimethoprim/ 100 27.0 sulfamethoxazole Gentamicin 108 61.1 Imipenem 33 97.0 Tobramycin 66.7 36.0 Piperacillin-Tazobactam 91 70.3 Pseudomonas Amikacin 617 39.4 aeruginosa Ceftazidime 558 16.3 Ceftriaxone 547 7.9 Chloramphenicol 456 30.2 Ciprofloxacin 481 94.6 Gentamycin 904 41.6 Kanamycin 473 4.6 Imipenem 91 68.1 Tobramycin 329 30.7 Enterobacter spp.
Using concealed allocation, the children were randomly assigned to a control group that did not receive antibiotic therapy or an intervention group receiving sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim (5-10 mg/kg sulfamethoxazole plus 1-2 mg/kg trimethoprim once daily) for 2 years, after which they stopped treatment but were monitored for another 2 years.
One South African series measured breast milk levels of both trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole among 50 Bantu women treated with TMP/SMX for various infections (including UT1).
Resistance to trimethoprim/ sulfamethoxazole was 59% in Nigeria, compared with 71% in Ghana.