THE ANALYSIS OF EFFICACY OF “CEFPOTEC” AND “CLABEL” PREPARATIONS IN TREATMENT OF SPECIFIC AND NONSPECIFIC PROSTATITIS
Objective: to establish the eff ectiveness of Сefpotek (cefpodoxime) and Сlabel (clarithromycin) drugs in the treatment of chronic prostate infl ammation in the stage of pronounced exacerbation caused by nonspecifi c infectious agents and infections of the mycoplasma and chlamydia groups.
Materials and methods. The study was conducted in a prospective design on parallel groups. The study contingent consisted of 60 patients of the “Men’s Health Clinic”, suff ering from chronic prostatitis in state of pronounced exacerbation. The following research methods were used: sonographic examination of the prostate gland, bacteriological examination of the ejaculate, analysis of ejaculate and PCR diagnostics of specifi c infections.
The results of the study. A diff erentiated course of etiotropic therapy was carried out. In case of non-specifi c prostatitis: oral administration of the drug “Cefpotek” (cefpodoxim) 1 tablet (200 mg) 2 times a day for a course of 14 days with the possibility of extending the course to 28 days. With specifi c prostatitis: oral administration of the drug “Clabel” (clarithromycin) 1 tablet (500 mg) 2 times a day for a course of 14 days.
Conclusions. In the treatment of chronic infl ammation of the prostate gland in the stage of pronounced exacerbation caused by nonspecifi c infectious agents using oral administration of the drug “Сefpotek”, the full eff ectiveness was achieved in range from 83.3% to 96.6% of observations.
In the treatment of chronic infl ammation of the prostate gland in the stage of pronounced exacerbation caused by infectious agents of the mycoplasma and chlamydia groups using oral administration of the drug “Clabel”, the full eff ectiveness was achieved in the range from 80.0% to 86.6% of observations (regardless of features of combinations of specifi c mixed infections).
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