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Basic elements of applied microbiology in the intensive care unit

  • Stephen I. Vas
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Abstract

Medically important microbes are generally divided into bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites.

Keywords

Peracetic Acid Outer Cell Membrane Lassa Fever Microbial Form Garbage Removal 
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