Observational multi-centre, prospective study to characterize novel pathogen-and host-related factors in hospitalized patients with lower respiratory tract infections and/or sepsis - the “TAILORED-Treatment” study

@inproceedings{Houten2018ObservationalMP,
  title={Observational multi-centre, prospective study to characterize novel pathogen-and host-related factors in hospitalized patients with lower respiratory tract infections and/or sepsis - the “TAILORED-Treatment” study},
  author={C B van Houten and Kfir Oved and Eran Eden and Asi Cohen and Dan Engelhard and Sha Sebastiaan Boers and Robert Kraaij and Robert Karlsson and Danitza Fern{\'a}ndez and Enrique Gonzalez and Yunlei Li and Andrew J. Stubbs and Edward R B Moore and James P. Hays and Louis J. Bont},
  booktitle={BMC infectious diseases},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND The emergence and spread of antibiotic resistant micro-organisms is a global concern, which is largely attributable to inaccurate prescribing of antibiotics to patients presenting with non-bacterial infections. The use of 'omics' technologies for discovery of novel infection related biomarkers combined with novel treatment algorithms offers possibilities for rapidly distinguishing between bacterial and viral infections. This distinction can be particularly important for patients… CONTINUE READING
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