[Therapeutic antibiotics for postoperative infection: antibiotic heterogeneity].


Antibiotic heterogeneity is a strategy to reduce antibiotic pressure, thus preventing or minimizing the emergence of antibiotic-resistant strains. Periodic changing of (classes of) antibiotics for empiric therapy, so-called antibiotic rotation or cycling, has been proposed as one measure to achieve this strategy. Promising results of cycling have been… (More)


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