Messinger, William J.; Samet, Charles M.
January 1965
Angiology;Jan1965, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
Discusses problems relative to the effect of orally administered antibiotics on the coagulation mechanisms. Analysis on therapeutic effects of the new antibiotic, Paromomycin, on the bacterial flora of the human intestine; Assessment on safety and risks of the antibiotic administration; Safety profile of Streptomycin.


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