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Antimikrobielle Prophylaxe und Therapie bei neutropenischen Patienten

  • H.-P. Lipp
  • H. Hebart
  • C. Faul
  • H. Einsele
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Zusammenfassung

Einen großen Stellenwert im Rahmen der supportiven Therapie bei Patienten mit malignen Erkrankungen und hochdosierter chemotherapeutischer Behandlung hat die optimale Infektionsprophylaxe während der Neutropenie und die gezielte Intervention bei manifestem Fieber.

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  • H.-P. Lipp
  • H. Hebart
  • C. Faul
  • H. Einsele

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