par Schulman, Claude
Référence Infection, 9, 1, page (25-28)
Publication Publié, 1981-01
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : To evaluate a twice daily dosage of bacampicillin, 49 patients with upper or lower urinary tract infections were given bacampicillin, 600 mg twice daily, or amoxycillin, 500 mg three times daily, for at least six days. About one third of the patients in each group had various complications usually seen at a urological clinic. The therapeutic results were similar with both drugs at follow-up after treatment, i. e. the bacteria were eliminated in 23/24 patients on bacampicillin and 17/21 on amoxycillin. Adverse reactions, the majority gastrointestinal, were significantly more common (p=0.05) with amoxycillin (29.1%) than with bacampicillin (7.6%). © 1981 MMW Medizin Verlag.