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Subacute bacterial endocarditis in penicillin-sensitive patient



Subacute bacterial endocarditis in penicillin-sensitive patient



Journal of the American Medical Association 153(13): 1170-1171



A patient with subacute bacterial endocarditis, sensitive to various penicillin prepns., was successfully treated without reaction by a combination 1 million U. of penicillin, and chlorprophenpyridamine (Chlor-Trimeton) malcate, 10 mg. Other antibiotics, to which the patient was not sensitive, failed to achieve the desired clinical response, and previous penicillin reactions were severe.

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Accession: 025605988

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PMID: 13096362

DOI: 10.1001/jama.1953.02940300028009


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