Dr. Howard Flippin is an optometrist practicing in Searcy, AR. Dr. Flippin specializing in providing eye care services to patients. As an optometrist, Dr. Flippin performs eye exams, tests vision, corrects vision by prescribing eye glasses or contacts, detects certain eye disorders and manages and treats vision problems. Optometrists often work closely with ophthalmologists who may need to further treat patients with surgical procedures.
- The hydroiodide of diethylaminoethyl ester of penicillin G, neopenil. IV. Placental transmission of penicillin following single injections of neopenil and procaine penicillin.
- The A.B.C. of antimicrobial therapy.
- Subacute bacterial endocarditis.
- Combined antibiotic therapy in refractory urinary tract infections.
- Antimicrobial therapy of bacterial pneumonias.
- The newer antimicrobial agents.
- Antibiogenic syndromes.
- Antibiotic combination in treatment of pneumococcic pneumonia.
- Distribution and in vitro antibiotic susceptibility of Klebsiella (Kauffman).
- [Klebsiella pulmonary disease].
- The common cold from the viewpoint of the internist.
- Antimicrobial agents.
- Future prospects of antimicrobial therapy.
- What price antimicrobial therapy?
- Benjamin Franklin; the rhinologist.
- Microbiologic studies and preliminary clinical experiences with nystatin. I. In vitro susceptibility of Candida albicans.
- Microbiologic studies and preliminary clinical experiences with nystatin. II. Preliminary clinical experiences with nystatin.
- Comparison of gastrointestinal toxicity and microbiologic changes with oral tetracyclines.
- Control of microbiologic changes in the stools following oral tetracyclines.
- Delayed resolution of pneumonias.
- The synthetic antimicrobial agents; applied pharmacology.
- Klebsiella in respiratory disease.
- Salmonella pleuropulmonary disease.
- Klebsiella meningitis.
- The treatment of pneumonia with a combination of tetracycline and nystatin.
- Impact of isoniazid on tuberculous meningitis.
- The use of nystatin in the treatment of vaginal candidiasis in pregnancy.
- The effect of probenecid on pyrazinamide blood levels and pyrazinamide-induced hyperuricemia.
- Cardinal principles of antimicrobial therapy; Ehrlich revisited.
- Clinical and microbiological aspects of salmonellosis.
- ACTH and adrenocorticosteroids in infectious diseases.
- In vitro susceptibility of Proteus species to streptomycin, chloramphenicol, tetracycline, and novobiocin.
- Drug treatment of urinary tract infections or, Gelmo revisited.
- The influence of penicillin therapy on the emergence of Klebsiellae in sputum.
- Fever of undetermined origin: clinical notes on blind therapy and aimless laboratory testing.
- The role of antimicrobial agents in sino-pulmonary infections complicating respiratory allergy.
- Methods of improving antimicrobial therapy.
- The effect of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) and ascorbic acid on tetracycline blood serum concentrations.
- Oral penicillin G and penicillin V.
- Kanamycin in pulmonary tuberculosis.
- Diarrhea caused by Escherichia coli serotype O127: B8; microbiologic and clinical aspects.
- Caution; antimicrobial agents ahead.
- The treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis with isoniazid and sulfadimethoxine: a controlled study.
- The effect of oral neomycin and nystatin on fecal flora and prothrombin time.
- Laboratory and clinical experience with leucomycin, a new antibiotic.
- Preliminary studies of the antibacterial activity of a plastic spray containing tetramethylthiuramdisulfide intended for use on the skin.
- What price antimicrobial prophylaxis.
- Kanamycin and sulfisoxazole in the treatment of pulmonary tubeculosis.
- Penicillin "fallout".
- Salmonellosis control.
- The clinical significance of Staphylococcus aureus in secretions of the lower respiratory tract.
- The examination of bronchial secretions for tubercle bacilli.
- The prognosis of tuberculous meningitis in the isoniazid era.
- CAUSES OF UNSUCESSFUL ANTIMICROBIAL THERAPY.
- ORAL PENICILLIN G IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE PRIMARY NONSPECIFIC PULMONARY SUPPURATION.
- PENICILIN PROFILE.
- TOBACCO AND HEART DISEASE: IS FURTHER RESEARCH NECESSARY?
- "DELIRIUM TREMENS" FOLLOWING WITHDRAWAL OF ETHCHLORVINOL.
- THE CHANGING INCIDENCE AND PROGNOSIS OF TUBERCULOUS MENINGITIS.
- Clinical and microbiologic aspects of salmonellosis; a study of ninety-five cases in adults and children.
- Management of bacterial pneumonias.
- Aureomycin, chloramphenicol, and terramycin.
- Memoir of R. Max Goepp.
- ACTH and cortisone.
- The hydriodide of diethylaminoethylester penicillin-G neopenil, III. Unusually high penicillin concentrations in cerebrospinal fluid following intramuscular administration.
- Comparison of oral penicillins.
- The influence of a new benzoic acid derivative on the metabolism of paraaminosalicylic acid (PAS) and penicillin.
- Prophylactic use of antimicrobial agents with particular reference to toxic reactions and development of resistant strains.
- THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONCENTRATION OF SULFAMERAZINE IN BODY FLUIDS AND THE RESPONSE IN TREATMENT OF MENINGOCOCCIC MENINGITIS.
- Penicillin plasma concentrations; increase and prolongation with carinamide and newer depot penicillin preparations.
- Studies of a sulfadiazine-sulfamerazine combination with special reference to treatment of pneumonia.
- Pneumonia at the Philadelphia General Hospital, 1936-1946.
- Preliminary Report of the Use of Sulfapyridine in the Treatment of Pneumonia.
- Basic and acid groups of serum proteins in disease.
- Clinical use of streptomycin.
- The treatment of bacterial endocarditis.
- An evaluation of sulfonamide mixtures and various adjuvants for control of sulfonamide crystalluria.
- A comparison in man of sulfathiazole and 2-sulfanilyl-3-5 dihydrothiazole (sulfathiazoline, sulfahydrothiazole).
- Tetracycline therapy of pneumococcal pneumonia.
- Treatment of acute nonspecific primary lung abscess. Use of orally administered penicillin G.
- Prognostic factors in pneumococcal meningitis.
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