Vito Iacoviello

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A 49-year-old male presented to the emergency with hematuria and pain in the shaft of the penis for one day. The patient was found to be in a state of shock. The shaft of the penis and the scrotum were swollen and tender. No skin necrosis was observed and no crepitus was palpable. Serum white count (WBC) was 29.5 × 10(3)/μL. A CT scan showed gas in the(More)
Background. Gram negative antibiotic resistance is increasing worldwide as both carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae (CREs) and Enterobacteriaceae producing extended spectrum ß-lactamases (ESBLs) become more common. Objective. We analyzed clinicians' knowledge regarding resistant gram-negative organisms with respect to infection control practices,(More)
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