What is it about?
It describes how the use of Tinidazole is as effective as Metronidazole in reducing the incidence of anaerobic post-operative infections
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Why is it important?
The recent reports of metronidazole-resistant anaerobes colonising the vaginal microbiome would suggest that other antimicrobials such as tinidazole and imidazole be considered instead.
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This page is a summary of: Tinidazole in the Prophylaxis and Treatment of Anaerobic Infection, Chemotherapy, July 1980, Karger Publishers, DOI: 10.1159/000237897.
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