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Vol. 3, Issue 10 (2014)

Efficacy of perinatal versus oral antibiotics in management of pneumonia in pediatric group

Author(s):
Dr. Thomas Ranjit
Abstract:
Aim: The present study was undertaken to observe and compare the efficacy of perinatal versus oral antibiotics in management of pneumonia in pediatric group.
Materials and Methods: The study recruited 100 children from 6 months age to 60 months age group and were diagnosed with severe pneumonia were included in the study. Demographic data and clinical data was obtained from the medical records department with prior permission from the authorities
Results: Table 1 presents the demographic data of patients. Table 2 presents the frequency and percentage of patients by treatment basis. Table no 3 presents the comparative table of treatment outcome in oral amoxicillin group versus Inj. Ampicillin plus Amikacin group. The both route of administration were found to be effective.
Conclusion: The study presents the details information about the comparison of route of administration of drug in management of pneumonia. It was found that both the routes were effective in the management. Further detailed studies are required
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Thomas Ranjit. Efficacy of perinatal versus oral antibiotics in management of pneumonia in pediatric group. Pharma Innovation 2014;3(10):103-104.

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