Systemic antimicrobial therapy of nosocomial pneumonia: Monotherapy versus combination therapy

The treatment of nosocomial pneumonia is difficult because of the absence of a precise microbial etiology in a sizable fraction of cases and the severity of predisposing conditions in patients who develop these infections.Staphylococcus aureus and aerobic gram-negative rods continue to be the most common isolates in these infections. Therapy of nosocomial… CONTINUE READING