[Infectivity and resistance to antibiotics of uropathogenic gram-negative rods].

Abstract

The nature of bacterial isolates from children with clinically suspected urinary tract infections (UTI) was studied. The susceptibility of urinary pathogens to selected antibiotics was determined. The results clearly show that E. coli was identified as the main causative agent of UTI children (67% of isolates). The second commonest pathogen was P. mirabilis… (More)

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@article{DrulisKawa2000InfectivityAR, title={[Infectivity and resistance to antibiotics of uropathogenic gram-negative rods].}, author={Zuzanna Drulis-Kawa and Ewa Lewczyk and Stanisław Jankowski and Wlodzimierz Doroszkiewicz}, journal={Medycyna doswiadczalna i mikrobiologia}, year={2000}, volume={52 2}, pages={119-27} }