Fosfomycin: The Forgotten Treasure

Fosfomycin: The Forgotten Treasure, a guest post by Tony Mixon, PharmD, BCPS We have all been there, a patient with so many complicating factors that it’s difficult to choose the least bad option to treat a urinary tract infection. For example, a patient with a CrCl ~22 ml/min, a prolonged QTc, sulfa allergy (described as immediate death), and amoxicillin allergy (also somehow described as immediate death) who absolutely refuses to try a cephalosporin. How is [...]