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Silver Sulfadiazine: In Vitro Antibacterial Activity

By Howard S. Carr, Theodore J. Wlodkowski and Herbert S. Rosenkranz


Isolates (657) representing 22 bacterial species were tested for susceptibility to silver sulfadiazine. All of the strains tested were inhibited by concentration levels of the drug which are easily achieved topically. It is suggested that silver sulfadiazine may be useful as a broad-spectrum antimicrobial substance for the prevention and treatment of infections of burns and wounds

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Year: 1973
DOI identifier: 10.1128/aac.4.5.585
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