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Streptococcus pneumoniae (Sp) and Haemophilus influenzae (Hi) are the leading bacterial cause of acute otitis media (AOM), having the nasopharynx (NP) as their reservoir. In October 2001 we began a prospective, multicenter, randomized, evaluator blind study, comparing the efficacy of amoxicillin-sulbactam (Ax/S) and amoxicillin-clavulanic acid (Ax/C) for the treatment of non-recurrent AOM (nr-AOM). Both antimicrobial susceptibility (AS) to Ax/S and Ax/C from Sp and Hi carried by study children (aged 6-48 months with nr-AOM) and, clinical outcome after treatment with high dose of either Ax/C (7:1) or Ax/S (4:1) (amoxicillin dose: 80 mg/(kg day), b.i.d. for 10 days) were assessed. Nasal cultures (NCs) were taken at Day 0. Follow-up NCs, were done only for Sp carriers. On final analysis 247/289 pts (85.5%) were fully evaluable (120 Ax/S and 127 Ax/C). NP carriage rate of Hi and Sp at Day 0 was 32.2% (93/289 pts) and 28.7% (83/289 pts), respectively. Persistent Sp carriage was detected only in 2 pts. Hi betalactamase positive rate was 13% (12/93). MICs for Ax/S and Ax/C were identical when tested against Sp and Hi isolates (range < or = 0.016-1.0 and < or = 0.016-0.25 mg/L, respectively). Clinical efficacy at Days 12-14 and 28-42 were 98.3% (115/117) and 94.2% (97/103) for Ax/S; and 98.3% (115/117) and 95.1% (98/103) for Ax/C, respectively (pNS). We conclude, that Sp and Hi isolated from NCs of nr-AOM pts were highly sensitive to both drugs and correlated with high clinical efficacy rate.
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Twenty-six (24.1%) samples were found to be Salmonella positive; this included 25.5% of meat samples and 15.9% of packaged products, as well as samples from two different points of the slaughter (41.2%). Resistance was observed against tetracycline (61.5%), ampicillin (50%), piperacillin (50%), trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (34.6%), amoxicillin/clavulanic acid (26.9%), nitrofurantion (23.1%), cefazolin (15.4%), piperacillin/tazobactam (7.7%), imipenem (3.8%), ciprofloxacin (3.8%), and norfloxacin (3.8%). No resistance towards cefoxitin, cefotaxime, ceftazidime, cefepime, amikacin, and gentamicin was found.
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Annually hundreds if not thousands of patients fail empiric H. pylori eradication therapy. Failure occurs in part because routine post treatment testing, which provides an early warning of increasing antibiotic resistance, is not universally done and physicians are generally unaware that cure rates with legacy triple therapy (a proton-pump inhibitor, amoxicillin, and clarithromycin) in most places has fallen below 80%. We propose first, institution of routine post eradication testing and second, abandonment of the "better than another therapy" approach to separating acceptable from unacceptable therapies. Instead, we propose using results-based outcomes (ie, >95% cure rates). H. pylori should be evaluated as other infectious diseases (ie, few would compare a new antibiotic for pneumonia with the previous best choice whose effectiveness was now impaired because of resistance). Randomized comparisons should be restricted to studies designed to improve (eg, simplify or reduce costs) high cure rate therapies while maintaining efficacy. We also discuss potential ethical issues such as those including known or suspected low cure rate therapies. Legacy therapies cannot be identified as "approved" or "recommended" even if both statements were true. Instead patients and ethics boards must receive "full disclosures" both before and during studies that include all that might affect a patient's decision to enter or to continue. Finally, we provides advice regarding trial design using "best shot" pilot studies to efficiently identify tentative effective regimens which are then confirmed in randomized trials all the while minimizing patient risks and drug exposure.
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TT, ST, and CT all achieved eradication rates above 80% on ITT and above 90% on MITT and PP analyses. Dual resistance and lack of compliance were predictors of treatment failure (clinicaltrials.gov: NCT02092506).