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Trends in spectrum and susceptibility patterns of pathogens causing bacteremia in pediatric febrile neutropenic oncologic patients



Trends in spectrum and susceptibility patterns of pathogens causing bacteremia in pediatric febrile neutropenic oncologic patients



International Journal of Infectious Diseases 6(Supplement 2): 2S28-2S31




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