Treatment for a Pregnant Woman at High Risk of GBS Infections During Delivery.

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This is not a prescription. Using medicines without the guidance of a licensed provider  can be lethal.

  1. IV Penicillin G or ampicillin  during labor, until delivery.
  2. IV cefazolin if patient is,  allergic to Penicillin and  is at low risk of anaphylaxis.
  3. IV clindamycin or erythromycin  is acceptable in high risk of  anaphylaxis.
  4. IV vancomycin if susceptibility  to clindamycin and erythromycir is not established.


By Drbeen

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