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Surveillance van nosocomiale septicemieën in Belgische ziekenhuizen, Data 1992-2001

micro-organisms (19.9%), followed by E. Coli (14.2%), S. aureus (13.6%), Streptococcus sp. (6.4%, with 2.1% S. pneumoniae), Enterobacter sp. (5.9%), Enterococcus sp. (5.6%), Candida sp. (5.4%), Klebsiella sp. ...

Epidemiology of nosocomial bloodstream infections in Belgium, 1992-1996.

tract infection (49.3%). In intensive care units, the incidence of BSI was 38.5 per 10000 patient-days. Coagulase-negative staphylococci were the most prevalent microorganisms (22%), followed by ...

Widespread occurrence of the micro-organism Wolbachia in ants.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Wenseleers, T; Ito, F; Van Borm, S; Huybrechts, R; Volckaert, F; Billen, J Source: Proc Biol Sci, Volume 265, Issue 1404, p.1447-52 (1998) Keywords: Animals ants Biological Evolution Disorders of ...

Safe biotechnoloy. 8. Transport of infectious and biological materials

Appl.Microbiol.Biotechnol., Volume 48, Issue 2, Number 140, p.135- 140 (1997) Keywords: Agriculture AS differences Genetically modified Guidelines Increase Institute International Internet IS List microbiology microorganism ...

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Increase Infectious Institute International Internet IS List microbiology microorganism microorganisms organization POLICIES POLICY problems PRODUCTS Resources SBB Universities university website Abstract: ...

The comparative activity of pefloxacin, enoxacin, ciprofloxacin and 13 other antimicrobial agents against enteropathogenic microorganisms36622

jejuni Cefotaxime Chloramphenicol Ciprofloxacin Comparative Study drug effects Enoxacin Erythromycin Escherichia coli Humans im IS IT journal Less Microbial Sensitivity Tests microorganism microorganisms ...

Activity of bicozamycin (CGP 3543/E) on different enteropathogenic micro-organisms: comparison with other antimicrobial agents36606

IS journal Microbial Sensitivity Tests microbiology microorganism microorganisms ON pharmacology Print SB- IM study Abstract: NA Service:  Bacterial diseases Maladies bactériennes Bacteriële ziekten ...

How to report central line-associated bloodstream infections in surveillance? A comparison of three classifications in Belgium.

 classifications: (1) Confirmed CLABSI: LCBI with clinical suspicion that a central line (CL) is the cause of LCBI and the association between LCBI and CL is microbiologically confirmed (same microorganism in blood ...

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