Active Ingredient: Azithromycin
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The pathophysiology of sulfonylarylamine-induced HRs is not well-understood but accumulation of toxic reactive metabolites is thought to be a major factor. These RMs contribute, in part, to the formation of reactive oxygen species ROS, which can cause cellular damage and induce cell death through apoptosis and necroptosis.
We then isolated peripheral blood monocytes PBMCs and blood platelets and measured the induction of cell death in these cells upon in vitro challenge with different concentrations of the sulfamethoxazole SMX reactive metabolite, sulfamethoxazole hydroxylamine SMX-HA.
We then compared the degrees of cell death with accumulation of ROS, lipid peroxidation, level of formation of carbonyl protein, another marker of cellular oxidative stress, and cellular glutathione contents.
In addition, there was a high degree of correlation between cell death and ROS levels.
Conclusion Data from this study clearly indicate a major role of oxidative stress in the pathophysiology of SAAs hypersensitivity reactions.
A clustering analysis was made to identify homogenous profiles of patients with similar cytokines values. We then looked for an association between those cytokine profiles at diagnosis and the following risk of sepsis, stay in intensive care unit and mortality.
Results Median levels of each cytokine are reported in Fig. Two clusters were of particular interest.
Cluster no. Only one acetaminophen-induced SJS was identified, while several medications e.
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Independent of a overall use of antibiotics in Emilia Romagna and California, not labeling a patient name to the true culprit drug could stop in dangerous re-exposure.
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