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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by jjalmudever, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. jjalmudever

    jjalmudever Active Member


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    Hola a todos, soy nuevo en el grupo y espero obtener el grado de podología este mismo mes. Estoy tratando una oniquia y aunque la evolución es positiva es muy lenta. Os cuento, estaba tratándose con amoxy/clav de 500 cada 8 h y mupirocina en pomada, el resultado era nulo. Se toma muestra para antibiograma y sale staphyloccus spp. sensible a septrim y aminoglucósidos. Se pauta septrim forte cada 12 horas oral, se coloca drenaje en plirgue ungueal y se pone terramicina tópica (quizás debiera cambiar a tobramicina que es aminoglucósido), la uña no está móvil y no hay pus subungueal. Evoluciona favorablemente, pero lentamente. ¿Estoy haciendo lo correcto?.
     
  2. Catfoot

    Catfoot Well-Known Member

    Hola,
    Recepción al foro.

    :welcome:

    ¿Aquí tenemos una sección española así que puedo sugerirle hago su pregunta allí? Allí espero que usted reciba una buena respuesta.

    Respetos


    Catfoot
     
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