Fidaxomicin: a guide to its use in Clostridium difficile infection
Drugs & Therapy Perspectives,  Clinical Article

Scott LJ et al. – It is an effective and well tolerated option in the treatment of Clostridium difficile infections. Relative to oral vancomycin in the treatment of adult patients with C. difficile infection, fidaxomicin was no less effective with respect to clinical cure rates, was associated with a significantly lower rate of recurrence and had a generally similar tolerability profile. Fidaxomicin also preserved normal intestinal microflora.

Please login or register to follow this author.
► Click here to access PubMed, Publisher and related articles...
<< Previous Article | Next Article >>

    Currently, there are no available articles.

Your Unread Messages in Family Medicine

See All >> Messages include industry-sponsored communications and special communications from MDLinx

Most Popular Family Medicine Articles

Indexed Journals in Family Medicine: American Family Physician, Archives of Family Med, Annals of Family Medmore