| CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
|Year : 1983 | Volume
| Issue : 2 | Page : 53--56
Penicillin, Co-trimoxazole and Sulfamoxole Trimethoparim Combination in the Treatment of Gonorrhoea
RK Pandhi, RA Bhujwala, Jose Thomas, LK Bhutani
204 patients with acute gonoccocal were treated with four drug schedules : Penicillin with or probenecid gave comparable cure (86.0% and 87.5% respectively,) oxazole was successful in 82.5% of trimethoprim was of patients only. 39.8% of the gonorrhoeae were relatively to penicillin (MIC 0.12 iu/ml). None the resistant strains were found to be Beta producer. 97% of the strains were vitro sensitive to co-trimozazole and 90.5% strains were sensitive to sulfamoxole combinations. Howev6r, the in vitro sensitivity did not show any correlation with the clinical response.
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