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Efficacy of a twice-daily regimen of cefadroxil in the treatment of respiratory tract infections.

This multicentre open study evaluated the responses of 474 adult and paediatric patients with upper or lower respiratory tract infections to treatment with cefadroxil (25 to 50 mg/kg in children and 500 mg to 1 g in adults) twice daily for 10 to 30 days. Complete or partial cures seen in 81% to 100% of all patients correlated with the eradication of 87% to 100% of the causative pathogens, most commonly beta-haemolytic streptococci, S. aureus or S. pneumoniae. Mild, transient side effects, usually gastrointestinal disturbances or hypersensitivity reactions, were reported in 4.8% of patients. Thus, the safety and efficacy of this oral cephalosporin recommends its use in the treatment of infections of the respiratory tract.[1]

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