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Neomycin on the other hand was effective against sensitive aerobes, particularly Streptococcus faecalis and Lactobacilli and neomycin-sensitive E. coli. Bacteroides and Clostridia were not effected by neomycin. The combination of drugs had a dramatic influence on the number of aerobic and anaerobic organisms. E. coli was significantly reduced but resistant E. coli emerged during therapy. Lactobacilli and Bacteroides were reduced but two volunteers with per sistently high Bacteroides counts also acquired high counts of Staphylococcus aureus and developed frequent loose stools.
In this issue the role of the vaccine in infants and in prevention of otitis media is reviewed; the results are not terribly favorable or impressive. Neither is the vaccine ideal in people who have diseases and conditions associated with immunologic hyporeactivity. 77. Linnemann CC, First MR, Schiff man G. Response to Pneumococcal Vaccine in Renal Transplant and Hemodialysis Patients. Arch Intern Med 141:1637, 1981. They studied whether pneumococcal vaccine should be admin istered before or after renal transplantation.
This is an excellent series of papers, very expertly reviewing this area. Also see Citation 54 Immunization 75. Hirschmann JV, Lipsky BA. Pneumococcal Vaccine in the United States. A critical analysis. JAMA 246:1428, 1981. The polysaccharide pneumococcal vaccine available in the United States since 1977 has been recommended for persons older than two and at high risk of pneumococcal disease (those aged 50 or older and those with chronic systemic illnesses or living in certain domiciliary institutions).