Beta-lactams linked to hemolytic uremic syndrome in children, adults with E. coli

10/17/2013 | Family Practice News

In a study involving 1,308 people with Shiga toxin–producing Escherichia coli 0157 infection, researchers found that treatment with beta-lactam antibiotics and sulfonamides was tied to at least partial postdiarrheal hemolytic uremic syndrome in children and adults. Treatments with any antibiotics and metronidazole were associated with HUS in young patients between ages 5 and 14. The findings were presented at the IDWeek meeting.

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