Autor(en)
Li, Ho-Kwong; Rombach, Ines; Zambellas, Rhea; Walker, A. Sarah; McNally, Martin A; Atkins, Bridget L; Lipsky, Benjamin A; Hughes, Harriet C; Bose, Deepa; Kümin, Michelle; Scarborough, Claire; Scarborough, Matthew; Matthews, Philippa C; Brent, Andrew J; Lomas, Jose; Gundle, Roger; Rogers, Mark; Taylor, Adrian; Angus, Brian; Byren, Ivor; Berendt, Anthony R; Warren, Simon; Fitzgerald, Fiona E; Mack, Damien J.F; Hopkins, Susan; Folb, Jonathan; Reynolds, Helen E; Moore, Elinor; Marshall, Jocelyn; Jenkins, Neil; Moran, Christopher E; Woodhouse, Andrew F; Stafford, Samantha; Seaton, R. Andrew; Vallance, Claire; Hemsley, Carolyn J; Bisnauthsing, Karen; Sandoe, Jonathan A.T; Aggarwal, Ila; Ellis, Simon C; Bunn, Deborah J; Sutherland, Rebecca K; Barlow, Gavin; Cooper, Cushla; Geue, Claudia; McMeekin, Nicola; Briggs, Andrew H; Sendi, Parham; Khatamzas, Elham; Wangrangsimakul, Tri; Wong, T.H. Nicholas; Barrett, Lucinda K; Alvand, Abtin; Old, C. Fraser; Bostock, Jennifer; Paul, John; Cooke, Graham; Thwaites, Guy E; Bejon, Philip
Titel
Oral versus Intravenous Antibiotics for Bone and Joint Infection
Teil von
  • The New England journal of medicine, 2019-01-31, Vol.380 (5), p.425-436
Ort / Verlag
WALTHAM: Massachusetts Medical Society
Links zum Volltext
Quelle
Web of Science
Beschreibungen
Orthopedic infections are typically treated with intravenous antibiotics. In this trial, 1054 participants with complex orthopedic infections were assigned to receive either oral or intravenous antibiotics for the first 6 weeks of treatment. At 1 year, oral therapy was noninferior to intravenous therapy.

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