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Trend in antibiotic susceptibility of nosocomial Enterobacteriaceae and usage after introduction of cefepime



Trend in antibiotic susceptibility of nosocomial Enterobacteriaceae and usage after introduction of cefepime



Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 44(SUPPL A): 81, July




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