Enfoque multimodal del programa español “Resistencia Cero” | 24 MAY 15

Combate contra la resistencia antibiótica en cuidados intensivos

Diez recomendaciones para mejorar la prescripción de antibióticos, la detección y prevención de la colonización cruzada de patógenos multirresistentes y la eliminación de los reservorios.
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Autor/a: José Garnacho Montero, Francisco Álvarez Lerma, Paula Ramírez Galleymore, Mercedes Palomar Martínez, Luis Álvarez Rocha, Fernando Barcenilla Gaite, Joaquín Álvarez Rodríguez6, Mercedes Catalán Gonzále Fuente: Critical Care (2015) 19: 114 Página 4 de 8. Combatting resistance in intensive care: the multimodal approach of the Spanish ICU “Zero Resistance” program
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