institution of universal screening for group b streptococcus (gbs) from a risk management protocol results in reduction of early-onset gbs disease in a tertiary obstetric determine the effect of institution of a universal screening protocol as per cdc 2002 guidelines had on the incidence of early-onset group b streptococcal (gbs) and non-gbs disease in a tertiary obstetric unit.200717877594
the new south wales mastitis control program. 2. effect upon bacterial infections.bacteriological examinations were made on quarter samples from cows in 35 herds over a 3 year period to monitor the response in a mastitis control program. initially, staphylococcus aureus predominated in 32 of the herds and the mean herd prevalence was 26%. the control measures halved this rate but there was considerable variation in response between herds. the decline occurred rapidly and there was a significant reduction (p less than 0.01) by 3 months. streptococcus agalactiae predominated in ...1977348186
compliance with a protocol for intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis against neonatal group b streptococcal sepsis in women with clinical risk factors.the aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of clinical risk factors (crf) for neonatal sepsis in laboring women and to evaluate clinician compliance with a crf-based protocol for intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis (iap).200212648317
eight-year outcome of universal screening and intrapartum antibiotics for maternal group b streptococcal report the outcome of intervention to reduce early-onset group b streptococcal disease (eogbsd) at a tertiary maternity hospital in sydney and to review all cases of eogbsd since intervention to improve outcomes further.19989417166
phenotypical and genotypical characteristics of invasive group b streptococcus isolates in western sydney analyse antimicrobial susceptibility and serotypes of group b streptococcus (gbs) bloodstream isolates from different patient groups.200718027264
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