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A Study Evaluating Efficacy and Safety of Gepotidacin Compared With Ceftriaxone Plus Azithromycin in the Treatment of Uncomplicated Urogenital Gonorrhea

This is a phase III, randomized, multicenter, open-label study which will be performed to evaluate efficacy and safety of oral Gepotidacin compared to intramuscular (IM) ceftriaxone plus oral

azithromycin
neisseria gonorrhoeae
gepotidacin
ceftriaxone
  • 28 views
  • 25 Mar, 2022
  • 51 locations
Zoliflodacin in Uncomplicated Gonorrhoea

of a single intra-muscular 500 mg dose of ceftriaxone and a single 1 g oral dose of azithromycin for the treatment of uncomplicated gonorrhoea.

nucleic acid amplification test
ceftriaxone
zoliflodacin
azithromycin
hiv testing
  • 43 views
  • 21 Feb, 2022
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Identification of Gut Microbiome Biomarkers Associated to Acquisition of Enterobacteriae Highly Resistant to Third Generation Cephalosporines Following Ceftriaxone Treatment. (ARCMI)

Patients receiving Ceftriaxone 1 gram or 2 grams per day during their presence in emergency unit of hospital whatever their medical condition, will be included. Rectal swabs will be

  • 0 views
  • 07 Feb, 2022
  • 1 location
2- Day vs. 5- Day Terlipressin and Ceftriaxone in the Control Acute Gastroesophageal Variceal Hemorrhage

antibiotics could have superior acute hemostatic rate. Thus, the investigators conducted a trial to compare the effectiveness between participants receiving terlipressin and ceftriaxone 5 days and

  • 6 views
  • 15 Feb, 2022
  • 1 location
Antimicrobial Prophylaxis for Skin Colonization With Propionibacterium Acnes in Primary Open Shoulder Surgery (PAPA)

prophylactic antibiotic for shoulder surgery? The objective of this study is to determine if Ceftriaxone is superior to Cefazolin as a prophylactic antibiotic for skin colonization with P. acnes in primary

  • 142 views
  • 27 Jan, 2022
  • 1 location
Cervical Occlusion Two-level Stitch Application (COSA)

Cervical insufficiency is defined as painless dilatation of the cervix during the second trimester of pregnancy. As a result of shortening and opening of the cervix, despite the lack of uterine contractions, the fetal membranes invade into the cervical canal and then into the vagina, which results in premature rupture …

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  • 01 May, 2022
  • 4 locations
Antibiotics to Decrease Post ERCP Cholangitis

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is an endoscopic procedure used to treat bile duct stones, obstructive jaundice, biliary leaks, and a variety of other conditions. There is active debate whether antibiotics should be given prophylactically for ERCP outside of high risk indications including primary sclerosing cholangitis. In part this is due …

  • 10 views
  • 25 Feb, 2022
  • 1 location
Placenta Accreta Spectrum Disorders: A. Chohan Continuous Squeezing Suture (ACCSS) (ACCSS)

Placenta Accreta Spectrum (PAS) disorders are rising in incidence due to increased rate of repeat caesarean sections. Peripartum hysterectomy remains the only definitive treatment of massive postpartum haemorrhage related to this condition. Researchers have described conservative treatments in the form of pelvic devascularization under radiological control, myometrial resection with placenta …

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  • 23 Mar, 2022
Efficacy of Transvaginal Ultrasound-guided Aspiration for Treatment of Tubo-ovarian Abscess Compared With Laparoscopy (Pactol)

"Tubo-ovarian abscess (TOA) include pyosalpinx, ovarian abscess, tubo-ovarian abscess and Douglas abscess. The only randomized study evaluating TOA treatment reported a higher cure rate (90 versus 65%) when antibiotic therapy is associated with abscess evacuation. TOA evacuation can be performed by surgery or by drainage. No studies have compared success …

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  • 09 Feb, 2022
  • 1 location
Selective Decontamination of the Digestive Tract in Intensive Care Unit Patients (SuDDICU)

Introduction- Hospital acquired infections (HAI) are a major cause of morbidity and mortality and increase health care costs. Critically ill patients are particularly susceptible to these infections and have an even higher mortality. One intervention that has gained much interest in the medical literature for reducing infection rates and deaths …

nosocomial infections
critical illness
antibiotics
mechanical ventilation
antibiotic therapy
  • 13 views
  • 01 May, 2022
  • 1 location