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AIDS/HIV, The Body
Interleukin
AIDS-Related Lymphoma, CancerNet
AIDS-Related Lymphoma / General Information, Stage Information, Treatment Option Overview, AIDS-Related Peripheral/Systemic Lymphoma, AIDS-Related Primary CNS Lymphoma
Aminoglycosides, AAFP
Aminoglycosides: A Practical Review/ American Academy of Family Physicians, November 15, 1998 Contents, Abstract: Aminoglycosides are potent bactericidal antibiotics that act by creating fissures in the outer membrane of the bacterial cell. They are particularly active against aerobic, gram-negative bacteria and act synergistically against certain gram-positive organisms. Gentamicin is the most commonly used aminoglycoside, but amikacin may be particularly effective against resistant organisms. Aminoglycosides are used in the treatment of severe infections of the abdomen and urinary tract, as well as bacteremia and endocarditis. They are also used for prophylaxis, especially against endocarditis. Resistance is rare but increasing in frequency. Avoiding prolonged use, volume depletion and concomitant administration of other potentially nephrotoxic agents decreases the risk of toxicity. Single daily dosing of aminoglycosides is possible because of their rapid concentration-dependent killing and post-antibiotic effect and has the potential for decreased toxicity. Single daily dosing of aminoglycosides appears to be safe, efficacious and cost effective. In certain clinical situations, such as patients with endocarditis or pediatric patients, traditional multiple dosing is still usually recommended.
Anal Warts, Georgia Association of Physicians for Human Rights
Anal Warts, Anal Cancer, and Anal Pap Smears / About anal warts, anal cancer, and anal pap smears
Anthrax, Bacteriology 330
Bacteriology 330 Lecture Topics: Anthrax/ Pathogenicity, Determinants of Virulence, Immunity, Anthrax and Biological Warfare, Tailpiece
Anthrax, CDC
Anthrax/ What is anthrax, Why has anthrax become a current issue, How common is anthrax and who can get it, How is anthrax transmitted, What are the symptoms of anthrax, Where is anthrax usually found, Can anthrax be spread from person-to- person, Is there a way to prevent infection, What is the anthrax vaccine, Who should get vaccinated against anthrax, What is the protocol for anthrax vaccination, Are there adverse reactions to the anthrax vaccine, How is anthrax diagnosed, Is there a treatment for anthrax, Where can I get more information about a recent Department of Defense decision to require men and women in the Armed Services to be vaccinated against anthrax
Anthrax, New York State Department of Health
Anthrax (malignant edema, woolsorters' disease)/ New York State Department of Health, Communicable Disease Fact Sheet
Antibacterial Agents, ICAAC
Antibacterial Agents
Antibiotic Guide, Johns Hopkins University on behalf of its Division of Infectious Diseases
Antibiotic Guide
Antibiotic Resistance, IDI
Pathogenes and Resistance Genes and Toxin Genes
Anti-Infectives, ID Links
Anti-Infectives
Antiviral Chemotherapy, Wright State University School of Medicine
Antiviral Chemotherapy/ Herpes virus, Valacyclovir, Famciclovir/penciclovir, ganciclovir (dihydroxy-propoxymethyl-guanine (DHPG)), Foscarnet (tri-sodium phosphonoformate), Retrovirus (nucleoside inhibitors), Retrovirus (non- nucleoside inhibitors), Protease Inhibitors (HIV), Miscellaneous/general anti-virals, Amantadine/Rimantadine, Interferon, Attachment inhibitors
Arbovirus, Arbovirus in Sweden
Arbovirus in Sweden
Arenaviridae, CDC
Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers: Fact Sheets, Arenaviridae/ What are the Arenaviridae, When were the members of this virus family recognized, What kinds of animal hosts do these viruses have
Ascariasis, UC Davis
Ascariasis/ Characteristics, Historical, Symptoms/Pathognicity, Management, Life Cyclee
Ascaris Infection, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ascaris Infection / About ascaris infection
Aschoff Nodules, WebPath
Aschoff nodules [image]
Aspergillosis Allergic Bronchopulmonary, Virtual Hospital
Bronchiectasis (Central) Due To ABPA Infection On HRCT
Aspergillosis Pulmonary, Vanderbilt Medical Center
Pulmonology: Pulmonary Aspergillosis
Aspergillosis, AEGiS
Aspergillosis / Classification, Description, Danger Zone, Treatment
 
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