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  • Curious CXR. [Journal Article]
  • EMEmerg Med J 2019; 36(7):442-450
  • Pluck G, Friedman M, McGrath H
  • A 98-year-old man with 2 days of headache, nausea, malaise and unsteadiness was referred to the ED by his GP with a suspicion of an intracranial bleed. His medical history included atrial fibrillatio…
  • Agranulocytosis from Outpatient Antimicrobial Treatment with Ceftriaxone: A Case Report. [Journal Article]
  • PJPerm J 2019; 23
  • Genchanok Y, Tolu SS, … Arora S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Serious adverse effects of ceftriaxone therapy, such as agranulocytosis, must be monitored for, especially in patients who are receiving prolonged therapy or high doses. Once this cause of agranulocytosis is identified, ceftriaxone therapy should be stopped; if the patient is febrile, an infectious disease workup should be performed and antibiotics should be started; and granulocyte colony-stimulating factor should be administered with daily monitoring of the absolute neutrophil count.
  • [Ocular syphilis, a re-emergent pathology: Series of 12 patients in one Hospital, 2017]. [Journal Article]
  • RMRev Med Interne 2019 Jul 10
  • Gutierrez B, Gayet S, … Bernit E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Ophtalmic cases of syphilis have become more frequent over the past few years in France. The diagnosis should be suspected in cases of eye inflammation even in the absence of favourable clinical presentation or anamnesis. Search for HIV co-infection should be systematic. Our study shows that ceftriaxone remains an effective alternative to penicillin G.
  • Subcutaneously administered antibiotics. [Review]
  • MMMed Mal Infect 2019 Jul 09
  • Colin E, Baldolli A, … Saint-Lorant G
  • The subcutaneous route is a widely used route of administration in routine clinical practice, particularly in elderly patients, when the intravenous route cannot be used. This review of the literatur…
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