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contributor.authorKumar, N-
contributor.authorBehera, B-
contributor.authorSagiri, S S-
contributor.authorPal, K-
contributor.authorRay, S S-
contributor.authorRoy, S-
date.accessioned2012-02-01T12:26:34Z-
date.available2012-02-01T12:26:34Z-
date.issued2011-12-
identifier.citationJournal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences Vol 3 Issue 4 October-December 2011en
identifier.issn0976-4879-
identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2080/1608-
descriptionCopyright belongs to Organization of Pharmaceutical Unity with BioAllied Sciences (OPUBS)en
description.abstractA large women population of the world is suffering from a vaginal infection commonly known as bacterial vaginosis. The disease is associated with the decrease in the lactobacilli count in the vagina. Till date, there is a lack of full proof treatment modalities for the cure of the disease. The treatment includes the use of antimicrobials and/or acidifying agents and probiotics, either separately or in combination. This note discusses about the etiology and the various present-day modalities of treatment of bacterial vaginosis.en
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language.isoen-
publisherOrganization of Pharmaceutical Unity with BioAllied Sciences (OPUBS)en
subjectAntimicrobialsen
subjectBacterial Vaginosisen
subjectLactobacillien
subjectProbioticsen
subjectSexual Intercourseen
subjectVaginaen
titleBacterial Vaginosis: Etiology and Modalities of Treatment—A Brief Noteen
typeArticleen
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