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Drug sensitivity patterns of bacterial isolates from septic post-operative wounds in a regional referral hospital in Uganda.

Drug sensitivity patterns of bacterial isolates from septic post-operative wounds in a regional... Wound infections have been a problem in the field of surgery for a long time. Advances in control of infections have not completely eradicated this problem because of development of drug resistance. Antimicrobial resistance can increase complications and costs associated with procedures and treatment. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png African health sciences Pubmed

Drug sensitivity patterns of bacterial isolates from septic post-operative wounds in a regional referral hospital in Uganda.

African health sciences , Volume 7 (3): 7 – Nov 24, 2008

Drug sensitivity patterns of bacterial isolates from septic post-operative wounds in a regional referral hospital in Uganda.


Abstract

Wound infections have been a problem in the field of surgery for a long time. Advances in control of infections have not completely eradicated this problem because of development of drug resistance. Antimicrobial resistance can increase complications and costs associated with procedures and treatment.

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eISSN
1729-0503
DOI
10.5555/afhs.2007.7.3.148
pmid
18052868

Abstract

Wound infections have been a problem in the field of surgery for a long time. Advances in control of infections have not completely eradicated this problem because of development of drug resistance. Antimicrobial resistance can increase complications and costs associated with procedures and treatment.

Journal

African health sciencesPubmed

Published: Nov 24, 2008

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