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As an addition to the eu postgraduate education process for younger neurosurgeons we started to put up in 1974 this·series dedicated to Advances and Technical criteria in Neurosurgery which was once later subsidized by way of the eu organization of Neurosurgical Societies. the truth that the English language is definitely for you to turning into the foreign medium at eu clinical meetings is a brilliant asset when it comes to mutual knowing. for that reason we have now made up our minds to submit all contributions in English, whatever the local language of the authors. All contributions are submitted to the whole editorial board ahead of ebook of any quantity. Our sequence isn't meant to compete with the guides of unique clinical papers in different neurosurgical journals. Our purpose is, fairly, to provide fields of neurosurgery and similar components during which very important fresh advances were made. The contributions are written by means of experts within the given fields and represent the 1st a part of every one quantity. within the moment a part of every one quantity, we submit specific descriptions of normal operative tactics, provided by way of skilled clinicians; in those articles the authors describe the strategies they hire and clarify the benefits, problems and hazards taken with a few of the methods. This half is meant essentially to help younger neurosurgeons of their postgraduate education. despite the fact that, we're confident that it'll even be worthwhile to skilled, absolutely knowledgeable neurosurgeons.
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References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5% to 10% incidence of infection in the neurosurgical literature. 08% miscellaneous l . Although neurosurgery provides the best treatment for several types of infection of the central nervous system, the present review will deal basically with the problem of infection as a consequence of a neurosurgical procedure. This aspect is important since infection following neurosurgical operations is associated with a significant morbidity and mortality and increased costs from prolonged length of hospitalization.
Treatment of gram negative bacillary meningitis is complicated by the frequent resistance of the infecting organisms to multiple antimicrobial agents and by the failure of most chemotherapeutic agents, to enter reliably the cerebrospinal fluid. When the offending gram negative organism is sensitive to chloramphenicol it has been our practice to treat our patients with chloramphenicol (100 mg/kg) as recommended by Rahal 11. Chloramphenicol can also be prescribed while awaiting identification of the offending pathogen and its sensitivity to antibiotics.