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10,801 Possible Causes for oral

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    The resulting success of oral solutions hastened development of the first World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for ORT and the production of standard packets of oral[] Oral versus intravenous rehydration for treating dehydration due to gastroenteritis in children (review).[] […] thereby facilitating the success of oral rehydration.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Abstract A 34-year-old woman who had been using oral contraceptives for 10 years developed hypertensive crisis with papilloedema after an upper respiratory infection.[] After ruling out other orbital pathologies, it is appropriate to begin treatment with oral steroids.[] Take oral pain reliever/fever reducer.[]

  • Insect Bite

    Abstract A case of Kaposi's sarcoma with oral, pharyngeal and extremity lesions is reported.[] The cellulitis responded to oral flucloxacillin. Subsequent multiple small exaggerated insect bite reaction lesions settled with oral prednisolone.[] […] cellulitis subsequent to an insect bite, without systemic involvement and with excellent response to treatment with amphotericin B for 15 days and surgical debridement plus oral[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    MAIN RESULTS: Hospital days on antibiotics as well as length of stay were less in the group treated with any oral antibiotics (intravenous/oral, median 5 [IQR 3-7] days vs[] Advantages of doxycycline for UTI include its oral formulation, wide spectrum of activity, ability to achieve high concentration in the urine, and low toxicity.[] CONCLUSIONS: In cases of UTI caused by K pneumoniae NDM-1 strains, prolong combined treatment followed by oral fosfomycin prophylaxis can be successful.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    She was successfully treated for her mania with this orally disintegrating formulation.[] It has been reported that a small percentage of patients experience recurrent GAS pharyngitis after 10 days of treatment with oral amoxicillin.[] Or Oral clarithromycin (15 mg/kg/day in two divided doses for 10 days).[]

  • Influenza

    Rash and symptoms resolved 10 days after initiating treatment with oral prednisone.[] Efficacy and safety of the oral neuraminidase inhibitor oseltamivir in treating acute influenza: a randomized controlled trial. US Oral Neuraminidase Study Group.[] Use of Antiviral Medications Oral oseltamivir remains the antiviral drug of choice for the management of influenza infections.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    CONCLUSION: In conclusion, oral administration of the drug containing 4.9% ethanol to children (age 1-12 years) demonstrated a favourable risk/benefit ratio of the drug.[] MAIN RESULTS: Two trials in children (n 109) with no evidence of airway obstruction did not find any benefits from oral beta2-agonists.[] MAIN RESULTS: Two trials of moderate quality in children (n 134) with no evidence of airflow restriction did not find any benefits from oral beta2-agonists.[]

  • Skin Infection

    […] with a 10-week course of oral trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole and moxifloxacin.[] She was treated with oral antiviral therapy, as well as with oral and topical antibiotics.[] The skin lesions healed after oral fluconazole and cryotherapy.[]

  • Sinusitis

    They received oral amoxicillin-clavulanic acid and normal saline nasal drops for 10 days and oral pseudoephedrine for 7 days.[] The patient was managed with conservative surgery and long-term oral voriconazole.[] […] twice daily OR Ceftin (cefuroxime oral) 250mg orally twice daily or Bactrim DS twice daily Severe penicillin allergy: Clarithromycin 500mg orally twice daily OR Zithromax[]

  • Sunburn

    However, the ability of oral vitamin D to modulate acute inflammation in vivo has not been established in humans.[] This review was conducted to examine the evidence for use of topically and orally ingested polyphenols in prevention of sunburns.[] Potential dietary protective measures have been suggested: An oral food supplement containing Polypodium leucotomos may provide additional oral photoprotection and reduce[]

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