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A review of preliminary clinical studies of aureomycin, a new antibiotic agent

, : A review of preliminary clinical studies of aureomycin, a new antibiotic agent. Bol Asoc Puerto Rico 40(12): 347-350

This paper is a general progress report on the response of certain diseases to aureomycin (obtained from Streptomyces aureofaciens). Those for which the new antibiotic show promise include: Q fever, psitticosis, scrub typhus, certain genito-urinary tract infections, brucellosis, some of the Streptococcus, Straphylococcus and Pneumococcus infections which are resistant to other antibiotics. The drug may be given orally at doses of from 25 to 100 mg./kg. daily. Parenteral injns. are usually given only in moribund cases.


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