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Table 2 Comparing the case of our patient with published data

From: Amoxicillin/clavulanic acid-induced pancreatitis: case report

Case Patient Findings Drug Delay between introduction of the drug and pancreatitis Re-challenge Outcome
Chams et al. 2018 (our case) 58-year-old male Elevated amylase, lipase with CT abdomen showing pancreatitis Amoxicillin-clavulanic acid On day 9th of antibiotic treatment Not performed Clinical improvement with fluid hydration and cessation of antibiotic
Campo et al. 2015 [7] 42-year-old woman Elevated lipase with CT abdomen showing pancreatitis Amoxicillin-clavulanic acid While on antibiotic treatment; unknown duration Not performed Clinical improvement with fluid hydration and cessation of antibiotic
Cerezo Ruiz et al. 2015 [8] 48-year-old female Elevated lipase with US abdomen showing pancreatitis Amoxicillin-clavulanic acid Data unavailable Data unavailable Spontaneous resolution
Sammett et al. 1998 [9] 7-year-old male Elevated amylase, lipase with US abdomen showing pancreatitis Penicillin 3 weeks prior to diagnosis was treated with 10 days of oral penicillin Not performed Clinical improvement with fluid hydration and food restriction
Galindo et al.; 1995 [10] 25-year-old male Acute pancreatitis and cholestatic cute hepatitis Amoxicillin-clavulanic acid After 4 weeks of an antibiotic treatment Not performed Clinical improvement with fluid hydration and food restriction
Hanlien 1987 [11] 73-year-old woman Elevated serum amylase, lipase and urine amylase Ampicillin On day 6th of antibiotic treatment Re-exposure 2 weeks later for treatment of pneumonia, with repeat elevated enzymes on the 4th day Clinical improvement after discontinuation of antibiotic treatment