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Year Number of Results
1945 55
1946 241
1947 270
1948 321
1949 289
1950 885
1951 1164
1952 1365
1953 1559
1954 1561
1955 1718
1956 1657
1957 1805
1958 1830
1959 1536
1960 1319
1961 1404
1962 1475
1963 2278
1964 2758
1965 2069
1966 1569
1967 1840
1968 2112
1969 2386
1970 2342
1971 2480
1972 2226
1973 2371
1974 2503
1975 2209
1976 2281
1977 2354
1978 2282
1979 2596
1980 2372
1981 2679
1982 2939
1983 2965
1984 3167
1985 3052
1986 3003
1987 2908
1988 2729
1989 3017
1990 2847
1991 2959
1992 2796
1993 2806
1994 2975
1995 3811
1996 4652
1997 4941
1998 5543
1999 5479
2000 5836
2001 6245
2002 6489
2003 6765
2004 7147
2005 8266
2006 8870
2007 9498
2008 10326
2009 11024
2010 11539
2011 12626
2012 13629
2013 14451
2014 15043
2015 15559
2016 16292
2017 17030
2018 17731
2019 9941
2020 202
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Penicillin Allergy
Castells M, et al. N Engl J Med 2019 - Review. PMID 31826341
[Cefepime-induced encephalopathy]
Muradbegovic J, et al. Rev Med Suisse 2019 - Review. PMID 31778052 French.
A review of cinnamaldehyde and its derivatives as antibacterial agents.
Doyle AA and Stephens JC. Fitoterapia 2019 - Review. PMID 31707126
There is a continuing rise in the occurrence of multidrug-resistant bacterial infections. Antibiotic resistance to currently available antibiotics has become a global health issue leading to an urgent need for alternative antibacterial strategies. ...It is hoped that the findings presented in this work will aid the future development of new antibacterial agents....
There is a continuing rise in the occurrence of multidrug-resistant bacterial infections. Antibiotic resistance to currently availabl …
Clinical Development of Sphingosine as Anti-Bacterial Drug: Inhalation of Sphingosine in Mini Pigs has no Adverse Side Effects.
Carstens H, et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019. PMID 31854953 Free article.
To facilitate development of sphingosine to an anti-bactericidal drug that can be used in humans for inhalation, safety data on non-rodents, larger animals are absolutely required. ...
To facilitate development of sphingosine to an anti-bactericidal drug that can be used in humans for inhalation, safety data on non-r …
Mycoplasma genitalium infection
Pinto-Sander N and Soni S. BMJ 2019. PMID 31628115
Double Trouble
Smith C, et al. N Engl J Med 2019. PMID 31693810
[Antibiotics in Periodontics]
Mombelli A and Walter C. Swiss Dent J 2019. PMID 31607436 German. Free article.
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