Pathogens, Isolated from Patients in Intensive Care Units and their Surroundings with Regard to their Antibiotic Susceptibility
The prevention and management of infections in intensive care units impose severe problems. One of the causes is the prevalence of highly resistant gramnegative rods, whereas on the other hand the suitable measures to prevent cross infections by medical staff and instruments are often not practised consequently enough.
KeywordsIntensive Care Unit Serratia Marcescens Proteus Mirabilis Species Klebsiella Cross Infection
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