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Treatment of BV With Donaxyl and a Molecular Test of Cure

2019-08-18 20:09:26 | BioPortfolio

Summary

. Treatment with dequalinium chloride vaginal tablets for 6 days had a cure rate lower than expected; only 37% of patients were considered cured one month after treatment.

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This is the first study to utilize a molecular diagnostic test as a test of cure for bacterial vaginosis. The Nugent score is a reliable method for diagnosing bacterial vaginosis, but similar to traditional clinical diagnostic methods, it is not equally reliable when utilized as a test of cure. This study demonstrated that molecular diagnostic testing can be used as a test of cure and this is the first molecular test that can do that. Treatment with dequalinium chloride vaginal tablets for 6 days had a cure rate lower than expected; only 37% of patients were considered cured one month after treatment.

Study Design

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Bacterial Vaginoses

Intervention

D

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Completed

Source

Skaraborg Hospital

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