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The nationwide study of bacterial pathogens associated with urinary tract infections conducted by the Japanese Society of Chemotherapy
This study was conducted by the Japanese Society of Chemotherapy and is the first nationwide study on bacterial pathogens isolated from patients with urinary tract infections at 28 hospitalsExpand
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Japanese nationwide surveillance in 2011 of antibacterial susceptibility patterns of clinical isolates from complicated urinary tract infection cases.
To investigate antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of various bacterial pathogens isolated from complicated urinary tract infection (UTI) cases, the Japanese Society of Chemotherapy, the JapaneseExpand
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Multi-Core Fiber Technology: Next Generation Optical Communication Strategy
Space-division multiplexing is expected to be a key technology both for dealing with the future capacity crunch facing traditional single- mode fiber and for realizing a sustainable optical network that can accommodate the various data streams originating from, for example, 5G communication, the Internet of Things, and machine-to-machine networks. Expand
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Pyogenic Osteomyelitis of the Atlas: A Case Report
Study Design. Case report. Objective. To document our experience with conservative treatment of vertebral osteomyelitis of the atlas. Summary of Background Data. Although several investigators haveExpand
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Usefulness and problems of the urinary tract infection criteria for evaluating drug efficacy for complicated urinary tract infections
We aimed to reveal the usefulness of and problematic points with the Criteria for evaluation of clinical efficacy of antimicrobial agents on urinary tract infection (draft fourth edition) proposed byExpand
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Bending-Loss Insensitive Fiber with Hole-Assisted Structure
The characteristics of hole-assisted fiber (HAF) are investigated both numerically and experimentally in terms of its applicability as a bending-loss insensitive fiber (BIF). Expand
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Practical approach to unit commitment problem using genetic algorithm and Lagrangian relaxation method
This paper presents a practical method of solving the power system unit commitment problem by using a genetic algorithm and the Lagrangian relaxation method, making use of the advantages of both.Expand
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50.3: Low Delay and Real‐time Image Transmission Hardware for Remote Desktop
Based on the software model proposed at SID 2006 [5], we've developed a prototype hardware of real-time image transmission system supporting environments where both computer desktop images requiring interactive responsiveness and real- time motion picture images coexist. Expand
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