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Browsing Biomedical Technology - Masters Degrees by Subject "Infection"
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The in vitro antimicrobial activity of amikacin and ceftazidime against multiple resistant gram-negative bacilli in nosocomial infections (Cape Technikon, 1988)Nosocomical or hospital-aqired infection, can be defined as an infection not present when the patient enters a hospital. It usually manifests itself seventy two hours after admission and sometimes it is not apparent until ...