Bacterii gram. Bacterii Gram pozitive
Source: Romanian Medical Journal. Author s : Cristea, Cristiana Abstract: Resistance bacterii gram antimicrobial agents is emerging in a wide variety of pathogens, particularly those that cause nosocomial infections.
As a consequence of this increasing resistance, morbidity and mortality in nosocomial infections is also increasing. It is therefore critical to treat nosocomial infections appropriately by starting antimicrobial treatment early in the course of infection, using the correct agent, at the most appropriate dose, and for bacterii gram adequate duration.
Early appropriate antibiotic prescribing reduce mortality, length of intensive care unit and hospital stay and overall costs. Actual data from literature regarding epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment, preventive measures of nosocomial infections are presented. Bacterii gram Copyright of Romanian Medical Journal is the property of Amaltea Medical Publishing House and bacterii gram content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission.
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