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      azithromycin 1.5% eye drops in a paediatric population with purulent bacterial conjunctivitis. Patients and methods This was a multicentre, international, randomised, investigator-masked study in 286 children with purulent discharge and bulbar conjunctival injection. Patients received either azithromycin 1.5% eye drops (twice daily for 3 days) or

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    • Clinical Features of Bacterial Conjunctivitis in Children

      sode of conjunctivitis made a positive bacterial culture result less likely. 64 Inaddition,typeofdischarge(purulent,mucus,orwatery) or other symptoms were not specific to any particular class of

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    • ClinicalReview&Education Review Conjunctivitis ...

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      Bacterial Conjunctivitis: Microbiological Profile, Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns and Recommendations for Treatment Naz Perween*, Dakshina Bisht**, Prabhav Aggarwal*** Abstract Conjunctivitis is one of the most common ocular infections, with bacterial infections accounting for 50-70% of all conjunctivitis cases.

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    • Conjunctivitis in Children: Challenges and Choices

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      Diagnosis and management of allergic conjunctivitis in pediatric patients William E. Berger, M.D., M.B.A.,1 David B. Granet, M.D.,2,3 and Alan G. Kabat, O.D.4 ...

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    • Diagnosis and Management of Red Eye in Primary Care

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      CONJUNCTIVITIS ADULT & PEDIATRIC 7 | Page 2016 RNs WITH ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED PRACTICE CLINICAL DECISION TOOL No evidence found on diagnostic usefulness of symptoms or signs for differentiating bacterial from viral conjunctivitis. MANAGEMENT AND INTERVENTIONS . Goals of Treatment • Identify corneal ulcer

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    • Diagnosis and management of allergic conjunctivitis in ...

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      Bacterial conjunctivitis is highly contagious and is most commonly spread through direct contact with contaminated fingers.2 Based on duration and severity of signs and symp-toms, bacterial ...

    • Ophthalmic Medications in Pediatric Patients

      Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis) What is conjunctivitis? Inflammation (ie, redness, swelling) of the thin tissue cover-ing the white part of the eye and the inside of the eyelids What are the signs or symptoms? There are several kinds of conjunctivitis, including • Bacterial ~ Red or pink, itchy, painful eye(s).

    • Part two of an ongoing series - Review of Optometry

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      Objectives: Conjunctivitis is a common cause of primary care and emergency department (ED) visits. There is a paucity of data in recent literature on the prevalence of pediatric bacterial conjunctivitis, and there are no evidence-based clinical guidelines for empirical treatment. The study objective was to …

    • Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis)

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      Bacterial conjunctivitis is characterized by conjunctival injection, often associated with mucopurulent discharge. Symptoms usually begin in one eye, but may spread to the other. In young children, bacterial conjunctivitis may be accom-panied by upper respiratory infections and/or acute otitis media. Patients with ectro-pion or entropion, nasolac-

    • Research Article Bacterial Conjunctivitis: Microbiological ...

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      In children, bacterial conjunctivitis is more common than viral or allergic types, Conjunctivitis in Children: Challenges and Choices August 2010 3 Rudolph S. Wagner, MD, Peter A. D’Arienzo, MD, Mark S. Dorfman, MD Coutesy of Rudolph S. Wagner, MD Dr. Wagner is Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Pediatrics and Director