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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 etiology of community-acquired pneumonia among hospitalized patients during a chlamydia pneumoniae epidemic in finland.the etiology of community-acquired pneumonia during a chlamydia pneumoniae epidemic was studied among 125 hospitalized patients. etiologic investigations included blood and sputum cultures, pneumococcal antigen detection, and serologic investigations for common respiratory viruses and for streptococcus pneumoniae, haemophilus influenzae, moraxella catarrhalis, mycoplasma pneumococcal antigen detection, and serologic investigations for common and for streptococcus pneumoniae, haemophilus influenz ...19957594672
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
the activity of grepafloxacin against respiratory pathogens in the uk.the in-vitro activity of grepafloxacin was compared with that of other antimicrobials against respiratory tract pathogens collected from 15 uk laboratories over the winter of 1995-96. penicillin-resistant streptococcus pneumoniae was not encountered, but macrolide resistance was seen in approximately 10% of strains. grepafloxacin (mic90 0.25 mg/l) was four- to eight-fold more active than ciprofloxacin. twelve percent of haemophilus influenzae were beta-lactamase producers, macrolides were relati ...19979484870
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