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Pseudobacteremia attributed to contamination of povidone-iodine with Pseudomonas cepacia.
Annals of internal medicine
Corpus ID: 1940019
Pseudomonas cepacia was recovered from the blood cultures of 52 patients in four hospitals in New York over 6 months from April…
Pseudobacteremia caused by povidone-iodine solution contaminated with Pseudomonas cepacia.
M. G. Connolly
W. R. Mccabe
The New England journal of medicine
Corpus ID: 30907015
PSEUDOMONAS cepacia, formerly known as P. multivorans,1 P. kingii 2 or Eugonic Oxidizer 1 (EO-1),3 is found in sewage or water…
Wound healing. The effects of topical antimicrobial agents.
Archives of dermatology
Corpus ID: 41046622
The effect of four commonly used topical antimicrobial agents on the rate of reepithelialization of clean wounds was evaluated in…
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