Kesia Esther Silva

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Background Resistance of Klebsiella pneumoniae to carbapenems is mainly associated with acquired carbapenem-hydrolyzing b-lactamases [1]. These b-lactamases can be metallo b-lactamases (IMP, VIM), expanded-spectrum oxacilli-nases (OXA-48), or Ambler class A enzymes (NMCA, IMI, SME, GES, and KPC) [1,2]. The most common class A carbapenemases in K. pneumoniae(More)
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