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Treatment of children and infants on insulin therapy (including regular insulin; isophane insulin, NPH) requires special care. In general, special attention must be given to caloric intake, insulin dosage adjustments, and avoidance of low blood glucose concentrations. Because children < 5 years of age may not be able to identify symptoms of hypoglycemia, several pediatric textbooks recommend less stringent goals for fasting or preprandial blood glucose concentrations (100—200 mg/dL) and HbA1C (—9). The majority of insulin preparations have been studied in pediatric patients; however, it may be difficult to achieve glycemic control in children with fixed ratios of quick-acting and intermediate-acting insulin mixtures. When using fixed ratio mixtures of insulin, both insulin types (., the quick-acting and the intermediate-acting components) are adjusted upward or downward which may affect glycemic control undesirably.

Most drugs of abuse are addictive. Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use despite negative consequences and by long-lasting changes in the brain. People who are addicted have strong cravings for the drug, making it difficult to stop using. Most drugs alter a person’s thinking and judgment, which can increase the risk of injury or death from drugged driving or infectious diseases (., HIV/AIDS, hepatitis) from unsafe sexual practices or needle sharing. Drug use during pregnancy can lead to neonatal abstinence syndrome, a condition in which a baby can suffer from dependence and withdrawal symptoms after birth. Pregnancy-related issues are listed in the chart below for drugs where there is enough scientific evidence to connect the drug use to negative effects. However, most drugs could potentially harm an unborn baby.

More than 23 million people in the . age 12 or over need treatment for substance abuse. Unfortunately, only about 10% of this population receives treatment. About 30% of people in substance-abuse treatment facilities are under the age of 30. Successful treatment for addiction often includes a combination of behavioral and pharmacological interventions. Treatment works best when tailored to the individual's unique substance problem and situation. Detoxification ("detox") is the first step in addiction treatment. Certain medications may be used to ease the process and reduce withdrawal symptoms.

Used against Gram-positive (. Streptococcus , Staphylococcus ), Gram-negative (. Brucella , Salmonella , Haemophilus ) and obligate anaerobic bacteria (. Clostridium , Bacteroides fragilis ). Other sensitive organisms include Chlamydophila , Mycoplasma (unreliable in treatment of ocular mycoplasmosis) and Rickettsia . Resistant organisms include Nocardia and Mycobacterium . Acquired resistance may occur in Enterobacteriaceae. [1]

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Used against Gram-positive (. Streptococcus , Staphylococcus ), Gram-negative (. Brucella , Salmonella , Haemophilus ) and obligate anaerobic bacteria (. Clostridium , Bacteroides fragilis ). Other sensitive organisms include Chlamydophila , Mycoplasma (unreliable in treatment of ocular mycoplasmosis) and Rickettsia . Resistant organisms include Nocardia and Mycobacterium . Acquired resistance may occur in Enterobacteriaceae. [1]

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