Treatment of typhoid fever in primary care hospital as in patient?

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NEED'S.. IV..FLUIDS.. SOS.. PCM .. PPI .. TAB.. OFLOXACIN 400 MG BD.. MULTIVITAMINS ANTIOXIDANTS.. SYMPTOMATIC T/T.. GLUCOSE SUPPLEMENTS.. REST AND FOLLOW UP..

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Rx,inj cetrixone1gm iv od ×3days Then switch over Tab cefixim 400mg 1-1 Tab domcet 500mg 1×3 Syrup polybion 1tsf tds@7days

The only effective treatment for typhoid is antibiotics. The most commonly used are ciprofloxacin (for non-pregnant adults) and ceftriaxone. Other than antibiotics, it is important to rehydrate by drinking adequate water. In more severe cases, where the bowel has become perforated, surgery may be required.

IVF Inj.Monocef 1gm IV BD for 5 days Inj.Pan 40mg iv BD Inj.Emeset 1 amp iv stat Inj.PCT 100ml IV sos Adv USG abdomen and pelvis if required Plenty of water orally R/V after a week

Inj ceftriaxone 2 gm iv BD Inj pcm 100 ml iv tds Inj pan 40 iv OD

Inj Ceftrioxone I v bd does according to age for 14 days

Oflacin / ciprobid

Levofloxacin 500 m od. Pcm . PPI. Symptomatic treatment. Multivitamins. Glucose. Iv fluids.

ANTIBIOTICS CEPROFLOXACIN IV FLUIDS ANTI- EMETICS PPI... PCM

Ofloxaci+Cefixime 1 B D for 7 days

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