the antimicrobial susceptibility of moraxella catarrhalis isolated in england and scotland in 1991.between 1 january and 31 march 1991, 20 laboratories in england and scotland sent a total of 413 consecutive clinical isolates of moraxella catarrhalis to the london hospital medical college (lhmc). after confirmation of identity, the susceptibility of all isolates to 11 antimicrobial agents was determined. of the 375 (90.8%) isolates which were found at lhmc to be beta-lactamase-positive, 174 produced zones of inhibition around 2 micrograms ampicillin disc which were greater than or equal to 20 ...19921429336
the sensitivity of clinical bacteria isolated in scotland to the oral cephalosporin, cefdinir.the minimum inhibitory concentration (mic) of cefdinir (ci-983, fk-482), cephalexin cefuroxime, cefixime and ceftazidime were determined against clinical isolates. cefdinir was as effective as cefixime against haemophilus and moraxella (branhamella) strains and both were more effective than cefuroxime. against streptococci, cefdinir was much more effective than cefixime and had similar efficacy to cefuroxime. against staphylococci, cefdinir had the lowest mic50 of all of the drugs tested. the ef ...19921478161
pneumonia due to branhamella 12 of 451 patients diagnosed as having pneumonia in a single hospital over 18 months the causative organism appeared to be branhamella catarrhalis.19883146819
antimicrobial susceptibility of lower respiratory tract pathogens in great britain and ireland 1999-2001 related to demographic and geographical factors: the bsac respiratory resistance surveillance programme.the aim of this study was to assess the antimicrobial susceptibility of community-acquired lower respiratory pathogens in great britain and ireland, and investigate its relationship with demographic and geographical factors using multiple logistic regression analysis.200314585865
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