When "S" does not mean success: the importance of choice of antibiotic and dose on clinical and economic outcomes of severe infection.


Antimicrobial resistance among bacterial pathogens continues to challenge clinicians. It is the main reason for antibiotic therapy to be deemed inappropriate and leads to unfavorable outcomes and increased costs. Knowledge of local susceptibility patterns can help clinicians empirically choose the appropriate antibiotic. In addition, the proper dosage… (More)


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