risk factors associated with ampicillin-resistant infection in newborns in the era of group b streptococcal document the trend of ampicillin-resistant infections in newborns weighing at least 1500 g and to determine factors associated with ampicillin-resistant neonatal early-onset infection in the era of routine group b streptococcal prophylaxis.200415184219
continued early onset group b streptococcal infections in the era of intrapartum prophylaxis.the objective of the study was to determine the rate of early onset group b streptococcus (eogbs) infection in utah and identify potential areas of failure in eogbs prevention.200918704032
identification of a highly encapsulated, genetically related group of invasive type iii group b streptococci.type iii group b streptococci (gbs) isolated from tokyo and salt lake city were classified according to the similarity of hindiii and sse83871 restriction digest patterns (rdps) of bacterial dna. the bacteria were clustered into three rdp types, with excellent correlation between subtyping based on the two enzymes. the majority (91%) of invasive isolates obtained from neonates were rdp type iii-3. the mean sialic acid content of the iii-3 strains was higher than that of other type iii strains. c ...19989534996
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