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Antibacterial treatment of bacterial vaginosis: current and emerging therapies
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Authors: Menard JP
Published Date August 2011
Volume 2011:3 Pages 295 - 305
Pôle Enfance et Famille, Conseil Général du Val-de-Marne, Créteil, France
Abstract: Bacterial vaginosis is a common cause of malodorous vaginal discharge. It is also associated with sexually transmitted infections and adverse pregnancy outcomes. The magnitude of the gynecological and obstetrical consequences has stimulated therapeutic research and led to the testing of several therapies. The objective of this work is to present the currently available therapeutic strategies for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis and associated recommendations, and discuss the emerging therapies.
Keywords: bacterial vaginosis, treatment, emerging therapy
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