Basic principles and applications of penicillin therapy in United States.
United States USA Date:1950 Duration:4 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
Doctor Harrison Flippin, MD, Assistant Professor of Graduate School talks about three basic principles of penicillin therapy: The organism must be susceptible to penicillin, the organism must be reached by penicillin in adequate concentration and the organism must be eradicated or suppressed. Procedure of penicillin therapy in laboratory: penicillin in test tube and slide test of it. Scenes of Gram positive bacteria and Gram negative bacteria. A patient suffers from gangrene. Doctor and nurse examine the Pneumonia patient. Doctor and nurse empty the injection of blood in vial for study. Nurse prepares for giving injection and treatment. Nurse injects infected region of patient.
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