B Balsera Garrido

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Methods A prospective study from March 17, 2014 to January 31, 2015. All patients admitted to a polyvalent ICU of a general hospital were submitted to the checklist proposed, with the application of contact precaution (CP) strategies for patients with risk factors (RF) for colonization or infection by MRB. Bacteriologic swabs (nasal, pharyngeal, axillary(More)
Methods Open, prospective, single-center study. All consecutive patients in whom treatment with MER or TZP was indicated from October 2014 to March 2015 were included. A 2g (MER) or 4g (TZP) loading dose was given followed by a 6g (MER) or 16-24g (TZP) continuous infusion over 24 hours. Serum concentrations were determined by high-performance liquid(More)
Introduction Multiresistant bacteria (MRB) development is a growing phenomenon. In 2013, the “Zero Resistance” (RZ) program was launched in Spain, to help prevent the emergence of multiresistant bacteria (MRB) in critically ill patients. One of its recommendations is to complete a checklist upon patient admission in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to identify(More)
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