Chronic bacterial prostatitis: therapeutic effect of ciprofloxacin
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Chronic bacterial prostatitis treated with antibiotics: a new generation fluorinated quinolones ciprofloxacin, a broad spectrum antibiotic, against Gram-positive bacteria, negative bacteria and β-lactam antibiotics resistant bacteria are highly sensitive to of mycobacteria, anaerobes, and Chlamydia are sensitive to the concentration in the prostate than other quinolones, Guchang for the treatment of a variety of refractory or severe urinary tract infection.
Urology chronic bacterial prostatitis is common disease in the past we used ciprofloxacin tablet or injection treatment, but the effect is not ideal. To this end, we have trial of ciprofloxacin in the anal suppository, and oral tablets and the use of suppositories treatment of chronic bacterial prostatitis and recurrence were controlled observation.
Comparison of rectal suppositories and ciprofloxacin tablet ciprofloxacin on chronic bacterial prostatitis effects: chronic bacterial prostatitis were randomly divided into treatment group and control group 30 patients. Treatment group, a dose of 500mg suppository anal plug, 1 times / day, a total of 7 times; the control group was treated with 500mg tablet, 2 times / day, 7 days as a course of treatment the door. Results: The clinical efficacy in the treatment group and 3 months after the recurrence rate were compared by χ2 test was a significant difference. Conclusion: Patients with chronic bacterial prostatitis using rectal suppository ciprofloxacin is an effective treatment.