Most Recent Articles by Cassandra Pardini
Vancomycin administered via continuous infusion was found to achieve the recommended VAN trough of 15-20mg/L faster and with less risk of adverse events compared to administration via intermittent infusion.
Repeated intravenous administration of penicillin antibiotics appears to be safe in patients with a reported penicillin allergy and a negative penicillin allergy test.
The combination of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate, emtricitabine, and efavirenz was associated with the lowest risk of adverse birth outcome compared to other ART treatments.
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