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Biofilm Susceptibility to Antimicrobials
Microbial biofilms, where organisms are intimately associated with each other and a solid substratum through binding and inclusion within an exopolymer matrix, are widely distributed in nature andExpand
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In-vitro studies of the activity of glycopeptide combinations against Enterococcus faecalis biofilms.
  • I. Foley, P. Gilbert
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
  • 1 November 1997
Perfused biofilms of Enterococcus faecalis reached a pseudo-steady state, with respect to bioburden and the numbers of cells liberated within the perfusates. Biofilm growth rate was slowExpand
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Antibiotic resistance of biofilms.
Microbial biofilms are notably recalcitrant towards treatment with antibiotics, biocides or disinfectants that would adequately control the same organisms growing in planktonic mode. Much of thisExpand
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Economic evaluation of major knee surgery with recombinant activated factor VII in hemophilia patients with high titer inhibitors and advanced knee arthropathy: exploratory results via
ABSTRACT Objectives: People with severe hemophilia suffer from frequent intra-articular hemorrhages, leading to pain, swelling, reduced flexion, and arthropathy. Elective orthopedic surgery usingExpand
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A31 A Review of the Complications of Plasma Exchange (PE) for Neurological Disease
Background and Goal of Study: PE has been performed in our ICU for a number of neurological conditions since 1978, and complications formally audited since 2008. Evidence suggests that complicationsExpand
Balinese Mask Dance from the Perspective of a Master Artist: I Ketut Kodi on Topeng
I Ketut Kodi is one of the most noted performers of topeng mask dance and wayang puppetry in Bali today. These are two of the most important Balinese arts in that they have exorcistic power needed toExpand
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