Factores predictivos y exposición a antimicrobianos | 07 JUN 22

Características del parto y riesgo de sepsis neonatal de inicio temprano

El riesgo de sepsis de inicio temprano produce aumento de la morbi mortalidad. Predecir quienes la desarrollarán es un desafío que apoyaría el uso racional de antibióticos.
Autor/a: Dustin D. Flannery, Sagori Mukhopadhyay, Knashawn H. Morales, Miren B. Dhudasia, Molly Passarella, Jeffrey S. Gerber, Karen M. Puopolo Pediatrics. 2022; 149(2)
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