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Selection and use of anti-infective agents for intra-abdominal infections.
ABDOME AGUDO PERFURATIVO by Vinicius Andrade on Prezi
Intra-abdominal infections are common and are associated with elevated morbidity and mortality. The microorganisms that cause intra-abdominal infections are usually from the gastrointestinal flora, mainly E. To present a review of the prfurativo and use of antibiotics in intra-abdominal infections. Appropriate use of antibiotics is essential to control infection and to reduce treatment failure. Antibiotics are initiated whenever intra-abdominal infection is suspected and the antimicrobial agents are selected based on the most common microorganisms perfuratiov.
In addition, efficacy, cost, safety, and posologic regimen are considered for an appropriated selection. Antibiotic regimen is different whether the infection is acquired in the community or at hospital due to the more resistant flora in the latter. O uso de swabs deve ser evitado.
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