[Microorganisms isolated from blood cultures and their antimicrobial susceptibility patterns at a university hospital during 1994-2003].

@article{Koh2007MicroorganismsIF,
  title={[Microorganisms isolated from blood cultures and their antimicrobial susceptibility patterns at a university hospital during 1994-2003].},
  author={Eun Mi Koh and Sang Guk Lee and Chang Ki Kim and Myungsook Kim and Dongeun Yong and Kyungwon Lee and June Myung Kim and Dong Soo Kim and Yunsop Chong},
  journal={The Korean journal of laboratory medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={265-75}
}
BACKGROUND Blood culture is important for the determination of the etiologic agent of bacteremia. Analysis of blood culture results and antimicrobial susceptibility trend can provide clinicians with relevant information for the empirical treatment of patients. METHODS The species and antimicrobial susceptibility of the isolates from blood cultures at the Severance Hospital during 1994-2003 were analysed. Blood specimens were cultured for 7 days using tryptic soy broth and thioglycollate… CONTINUE READING

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