Respira Tory Infection

Sixty patients with respiratory infection (mainly nosocomial pneumonia) were treated either by injection of baical compound or piperacillin sodium (IV). The total efficacy was evaluated after treatment for 1 week.

• Total effective treatment rates were 73.3% for baical compared with 76.7% in the antibiotic treatment group.

• Body temperature was decreased similarly and symptoms disappeared or were relieved in 11.67 ± 6.75 days with the herb and 11.53 ± 7.30 days with the antibiotic.

• In the piperacillin sodium group, fungal infections occurred in 4 of 30 patients, but there were none in the baical treatment group (Lu 1990).

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