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We present the case of a 75-year-old woman with a history of fibromyalgia who was admitted with mild limb weakness and lower abdominal purpura. She was prescribed pregabalin (75mg, twice daily) for almost 3 months to treat chronic back pain. Her medical history revealed that 3days before admission, she began experiencing acute bronchitis and was treated with a single dose of azithromycin (500mg). She had developed rapid onset severe myalgia, mild whole body edema, muscle weakness leading to gait instability, abdominal purpura and tender purpura on the lower extremities. Laboratory values included a white blood cell count of 25,400/mL and a creatinine phosphokinase (CPK) concentration of 1250 IU/L. Based on these findings and the patient's clinical history, a diagnosis of pregabalin- and azithromycin-induced rhabdomyolysis was made.
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Distinguishing between treatment failure and re-infection is important in order to refine treatment recommendations and focus infection control mechanisms. If a large proportion of repeat chlamydia infections are due to antibiotic treatment failure, then international recommendations on chlamydia treatment may need to be re-evaluated. If most are re-infections, then strategies to expedite partner treatment are necessary.
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PIVA and PIMA showed properties in almost complete contrast with those of chloroquine and azithromycin, i.e., fast apparent accumulation and fast release at 4 degrees C as well as at 37 degrees C, saturation of uptake (apparent Kd 40 microM), no influence of monensin, MRP, or P-gp inhibitors; tight binding to liposomes (Kd approx. 40 microM); and sharp increase in calculated free energy when forced in the hydrophobic domain.
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Nucleic acid amplification tests are now considered the method of choice to detect Chlamydia trachomatis. These assays have highest sensitivity and also high specificity, comparable to culture. First-void urine is the preferred specimen for urogenital infections of males, whereas vaginal and cervical swabs are at least as effective for testing female lower genital tract infections. Chlamydia point-of-care tests may produce results rapidly without special equipment but lack diagnostic accuracy and thus are unsuitable for routine use. Serology is not useful for detection of acute infections, but may help to identify persistent infections with Chlamydia no longer detectable in swabs or urine specimens. Various guidelines recommend doxycycline and azithromycin for treatment of uncomplicated Chlamydia infection. Alternatively erythromycin, ofloxacin and levofloxacin can be used. Persistent infections usually require treatment for longer periods or by using combinations of different antibiotics.
The analysis of the published experimental and clinical data on chemoprophylaxis and chemotherapy of rickettsiosis and Q fever confirmed the preserved role of doxycycline, the main drug of choice in the treatment of the diseases, then followed chloramphenicol. Macrolides, such as azithromycin and clarithromycin proved to be useful in pediatric practice and the treatment of pregnant women with rickettsiosis. The treatment of acute and chronic Q fever required the use of doxycycline, fluoroquinolobes, co-trimoxazole and hydroxachloroquine in combined therapy. It is concluded that in vivo studies of novel drugs and investigation of prospective macrolides and fluoroquinolones are necessary. Clinical trials of a new glycycline, i.e. tigecycline, which experimentally showed highy strong activity against the Q fever pathogen, should be accelerated.
C. jejuni as well as some hippurate-negative Campylobacter species and related diarrheagenic organisms, are the leading cause of gastroenteritis in our environment all throughout the year. The aim of the present study was to determine the sensitivity of hippurate-negative Campylobacter and Helicobacter pullorum strains isolated from the stools of patients with diarrhea. We tested 39 Campylobacter coli, two C. lari and five Helicobacter pullorum strains identified by mass spectrometry analysis. The sensitivity to amoxicillin-clavulanic acid, erytrhomycin, azithromycin, gentamicin, ciprofloxacin, levofloxacin, tetracycline, tigecycline and chloramphenicol was tested by E-test. Most hippurate-negative Campylobacter and H. pullorum isolates studied showed high resistance to tetracycline and to the two fluorquinolones tested. On the other side, all strains were sensitive to amoxicillin-clavulanic acid, tigecycline and chloramphenicol, while most of them were sensitive to both macrolides tested and to gentamicin.
Resistance was common to sulphonamides and co-trimoxazole, however >or=95% meningococci tested were susceptible to drugs commonly used in the treatment of meningococcal disease, including penicillin and ceftriaxone. Relative insusceptibility to rifampicin was more common but did not increase during the 29-year period. For all drugs tested, except rifampicin, there was good agreement between agar dilution and E test results.
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Rabbits were treated with either a single administration of 1% azithromycin solution with or without polycarbophil, or with multiple administrations of 1% azithromycin solution in polycarbophil. Drug concentrations were measured using LC/MS/MS. Conjunctiva, cornea, aqueous humor, and tear samples were analyzed over a period of 144 h after a single administration of azithromycin with or without polycarbophil. Eyelid, conjunctiva, cornea, aqueous humor, and tear samples were collected over a period of 288 h during and after multiple administrations of azithromycin.
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Four macrolides-6-O-methyl-8a-aza-8a-homoerythromycin, clarithromycin, azithromycin and azithromycin 11,12-cyclic carbonate, have been selected for the construction of a series of new quinolone derivatives. The quinolone moiety is connected to the macrolide scaffold via a diaminoaklyl 4''-O-propionyl ester chain of varying length. At the terminus the linker is attached via one of the nitrogen atoms in the linker at C(6) or C(7) of the quinolone. Many of compounds described, particularly clarithromycin derivative 37, and azithromycin derivatives 48 and 55, exhibited excellent antibacterial activity against a wide range of clinically relevant macrolide-resistant organisms, with profiles superior to that of telithromycin, an enhanced spectrum ketolide.