Cláudio Penido Campos Júnior

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Despite improvements in care and rehabilitation of burned patients, infections still remain the main complication and death cause. Catheter-related infections are among the four most common infections and are associated with skin damage and insertion site colonization. There are few studies evaluating this kind of infection worldwide in this special group(More)
Studies evaluating bacterial prophylaxis of patients under high risk for the development of febrile neutropenia have been published since the 1980s. 1-3 Initially, trimethoprim with sulfamethoxazole was used, but this is associated with an unacceptable risk of myelosuppression. Thus, fluoroquinolones became the treatment of choice worldwide, due to their(More)
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