Active substances: Azithromycin
The identification was made mainly in the winter, blood in the stool was not part of the clinical presentation and antibiotics were generally not prescribed.
In this analysis the need for in-patient care was high, which can be explained by a higher incidence in children younger than five years old and a higher etiological investigation in patients with severe clinical presentation.
Patient characteristics, symptoms, physical examination hydration status, medication, referred, advices as reported by the GP were extracted from medical dossiers. Our data suggest that children with AGE whom are at risk for dehydration might not be treated according to inter national standards at this OHS.
The use of these drugs is not always based on scientific evidence, increasing problems in term of efficacy and safety of the therapy. The aim of the FP-MCRN-Study was to evaluate the prescription attitude related to antibiotics in the early paediatric population 0-2 years of age, to encourage the appropriate use of antibiotics in children, and to inform paediatricians about the possible iatrogenic illnesses caused by their improper use.
In addition, this study represents a territorial survey of the prescriptive appropriateness and safety of these drugs in the paediatric population, a necessary prerequisite to assess the risk-benefit ratio of their use.
We analyzed the prescription and treatment data from 37 FP using a regional prescriptions database.
During we achieved specific training and educational courses for FP and families on the appropriate use of antibiotics and on the possible iatrogenic illnesses caused by their improper use.
In particular, a total of 7. We are analyzing data to detect if there were any adverse events after antibiotic therapy..
Hence, the need to improve the activity of antibiotic prescribing, in particular in the early pediatric populations. The starting point must necessarily be cultural: an implementation of the culture of iatrogenic disease and a careful assessment of the correct diagnosis and therapy.
However, influenza type A caused the majority of deaths during both periods.Bar-Sagi has published over 100 peer-reviewed molecular mechanisms of mammalian cell-cycle control.
Materials and Methods: Retrospective cohort study during two viral seasons -15, -16. The immunization status for influenza and the underlying health conditions were documented.
Results: A total of 58 children were hospitalized due to influenza over 2 viral seasons.
Influenza type: A: 87. None of the children were vaccinated.