alexa Neonatal Gram-negative Sepsis in a Tertiary Hospital in Jordan: When Fever Means Multidrug Resistance!

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Neonatal Gram-negative Sepsis in a Tertiary Hospital in Jordan: When Fever Means Multidrug Resistance!

Neonatal Gram-negative Sepsis in a Tertiary Hospital in Jordan: When Fever Means Multidrug Resistance!

Gram-negative Bacteria are one of the most important causative agents of neonatal sepsis, resulting in the highest morbidity and mortality rates. The treatment of these pathogens has become increasingly difficult, with the surfacing of multidrug resistant Gram-negative bacteria necessitating the use of newer and more expensive agents which in turn has resulted in a significant clinical and economic burden.

Al-lawama M (2014) Neonatal Gram-negative Sepsis in a Tertiary Hospital in Jordan: When Fever Means Multidrug Resistance!. Pediat Therapeut 4: 212.

 

 
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