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Amikacin in the treatment of hospital infections of the urinary tract caused by gram-negative bacilli resistant to gentamicin. Microbiological and clinical aspects



Amikacin in the treatment of hospital infections of the urinary tract caused by gram-negative bacilli resistant to gentamicin. Microbiological and clinical aspects



Minerva Urologica 33(2): 85-90




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