Published in OBGYN and Reproduction Week, August 23rd, 2004
"The term 'aerobic vaginitis' defines a 'new' vaginal pathology that is neither classifiable as specific vaginitis nor as bacterial vaginosis. We studied a sample of 30 women with a clinical and microbiological diagnosis of aerobic vaginitis and compared the efficacy and tolerability of kanamycin and meclocycline, two products commercially available in Italy in the form of vaginal pessaries," said G. Tempera and colleagues, University of Catania, Italy.
Patients were administered one pessary per day for 6 days of either kanamycin or...
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