Previously, jejuno-ileal bypass was used, but it created such great hyperoxaluria and calcium oxalate supersaturation that it was abandoned in 1979 or 1980. But they determined that also those treated by modern methods show degrees of hyperoxaluria greater than that of stone formers or normals . More importantly, their calcium oxalate supersaturation levels of 12.1 exceeded those of JIB patients , stone formers and, of course, normals . Therefore, we should do prospective studies of stone formation in these patients.These findings, together with the slightly longer amount of hospital stick with the latter strategy, reported associations with the development of resistance,7,8 and possible increased dangers of cardiac events,31,32 indicate that the addition of macrolides for empirical treatment of CAP ought to be reconsidered. Moreover, 30-day and 90-time all-cause mortality and amount of hospital stay were comparable with both therapies.33 Differences between that study and the current study are the strict requirements for eligibility and for switching therapy in instances of clinical deterioration in that study. Some aspects of our study require explanation. In the noninferiority style, we used one-sided testing with an alpha significance degree of 0.05.