Serratia bacteremia in a large university hospital: trends in antibiotic resistance during 10 years and implications for antibiotic use.

@article{Choi2002SerratiaBI,
  title={Serratia bacteremia in a large university hospital: trends in antibiotic resistance during 10 years and implications for antibiotic use.},
  author={Sang Ho Choi and Yang Soo Kim and Jin-Won Chung and Tae Hyong Kim and Eun Ju Choo and Mi Na Kim and B N Kim and Nam Joong Kim and Jun Hee Woo and Jiso Ryu},
  journal={Infection control and hospital epidemiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 12},
  pages={740-7}
}
OBJECTIVE To identify antibiotic resistance trends and risk factors for resistance of Serratia species to third-generation cephalosporins. DESIGN Retrospective survey of medical records. SETTING A 2,200-bed, tertiary-care hospital. PATIENTS One hundred twenty-two patients with Serratia bacteremia between January 1991 and June 2001. METHODS Infectious disease physicians collected data from medical records regarding patient demographics, underlying disease or condition, portal of entry… CONTINUE READING

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