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Gram-negative bacteremia as a clinical marker of occult malignancy.Academic Article Why?
Gram-negative bacteremia. The current setting.Academic Article Why?
Gram-negative bacteremia. III. Reassessment of etiology, epidemiology and ecology in 612 patients.Academic Article Why?
Gram-negative bacteremia. IV. Re-evaluation of clinical features and treatment in 612 patients.Academic Article Why?
Detection of gram-negative bacteremia by limulus amebocyte lysate assay: evaluation in a rat model of peritonitis.Academic Article Why?
Bloodstream infections in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension treated with intravenous prostanoids: insights from the REVEAL REGISTRY®.Academic Article Why?
Geographical variability in the likelihood of bloodstream infections due to gram-negative bacteria: correlation with proximity to the equator and health care expenditure.Academic Article Why?
Kreger, BernardPerson Why?
Etiology of bacteremia in young infants in six countries.Academic Article Why?
Antibiotic resistance patterns among blood culture isolates in a Danish county 1981-1995.Academic Article Why?
High frequency of multidrug-resistant gram-negative rods in 2 neonatal intensive care units in the Philippines.Academic Article Why?
Sorensen, HenrikPerson Why?
Hamer, DavidsonPerson Why?
Limulus amebocyte lysate assay for detection of endotoxin in patients with sepsis syndrome. AMCC Sepsis Project Working Group.Academic Article Why?
Antibiotic therapy and outcome of monomicrobial gram-negative bacteraemia: a 3-year population-based study.Academic Article Why?
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