group b streptococci causing neonatal bloodstream infection: antimicrobial susceptibility and serotyping results from sentry centers in the western b streptococcal infection is a common cause of neonatal sepsis. surveillance of antimicrobial susceptibility and serotype frequencies of invasive group b streptococci is important to ensure the effectiveness of therapeutic regimens and to guide vaccine development.200011035326
a two-center review of bacteremia in the community hospital.there are fewer studies on bacteremia coming from the community hospital, where the practicing family physician is likely to see this problem, than from the university hospital. the hypothesis of this study was that patterns of bacteremia would be different between the two types of hospitals. two hundred four patient episodes of culture-proven bacteremia from two analogous community hospitals were reviewed. bacteremia was discovered in 2.6 of 1,000 patients, which is lower than reports from univ ...19873546587
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