Chiara Temperoni

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Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is growing up day by day in both community and hospital setting, with a significant impact on the mortality and morbidity rates and the financial burden that is associated. In the last two decades multi drug resistant microorganisms (both hospital- and community-acquired) challenged the scientific groups into developing(More)
Differences in clinical characteristics and outcome between elderly (>60 years) and younger (18-59 years) tuberculosis (TB) patients were retrospectively evaluated. Alcohol abuse, radiological evidence of cavitation, and cough at presentation were more frequent among younger patients. Older patients were more likely to have comorbidities, disseminated TB,(More)
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