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Chemotherapy (2010) 56 (6): 492–500.
Published Online: 24 November 2010
...Anjali N. Kunz; Itzhak Brook The increasing emergence of serious multidrug-resistant (MDR) Gram-negative infections has led to a new health-care crisis. These infections predominately include MDR Pseudomonas aeruginosa, extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Enterobacteriaceae and MDR...
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Chemotherapy (1993) 39 (5): 336–354.
Published Online: 11 September 2009
... by enterobacteriaceae and nonfermenters and to study the resistance of polymer surface-grown gram-negative rods against antibiotics. Using a modification of the semiquantitative method for culturing vascular cannulas on solid media described by Maki et al., we studied the adherence of various gram-negative rods to 1-cm...
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Chemotherapy (1993) 39 (2): 96–104.
Published Online: 11 September 2009
...Tom Bergan; Joao da Fonseca The minimum inhibitory concentration of cefcanel, a new oral cephalosporin, has been determined for f 82 clinical isolates, of which 84 were from the family Enterobacteriaceae, 45 were from the genus Streptococcus, 18 were nonfermentative rods, 25 were Haemophilus...
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Chemotherapy (1992) 38 (1): 14–16.
Published Online: 10 September 2009
...Joram Keness; Zwi Efrati; Raul Raz Cefuroxime and cefonicid, two common representatives of the second-generation cephalosporins, were compared for their spectrum of activity against 1,000 isolates of gram-negative Enterobacteriaceae. Cefuroxime had an overall advantage of 6.3% over cefonicid. Upon...
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Chemotherapy (1985) 31 (5): 336–345.
Published Online: 09 September 2009
... of Enterobacteriaceae. 91 % were susceptible to cefotaxime, 93.5% were susceptible to gentamicin, 89.5% were susceptible to amikacin and 68% were susceptible to tobramycin. There were 95 strains which could be evaluated for synergistic killing by the antimicrobial combinations. Synergism was shown against 78...
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Chemotherapy (1988) 34 (6): 455–461.
Published Online: 09 September 2009
...Sharon M. Smith; Robert H.K. Eng Cefixime is an orally absorbable cephalosporin with an extended spectrum of in vitro activity for gram-negative bacteria especially members of the Enterobacteriaceae . Gram-negative rod isolates collected over a three month period were tested against cefixime...
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Chemotherapy (1984) 30 (1): 40–43.
Published Online: 08 September 2009
... Cephalosporins Chloramphenicol Moxalactam Enterobacteriaceae Pseudomonas Chemotherapy 30: 40-43(1984) © 1984 S. Karger AG. Basel 0009-3157/84/0301-0040 $ 2.75/0 Antibiotic Susceptibility of Community Hospital Blood Culture Isolates of Gram-Negative Bacilli R.C. Gordona, K.J. Tackh, R.I. Haddya, L...
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Chemotherapy (1980) 26 (5): 323–333.
Published Online: 08 September 2009
... of Enterobacteriaceae, Staphylococcus and Streptococcus were quite similar. Gentamicin, however, was approximately fourfold more active against strains of S. marcescens. Amikacin was the most effective antibiotic against strains of fermenting and nonfermenting bacilli resistant to at least one aminoglycoside. Many...
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Chemotherapy (1983) 29 (1): 37–42.
Published Online: 08 September 2009
..., cefoxitin, cephalothin, chloramphenicol, clindamycin, colistin, erythromycin, gentamicin, oxacillin, penicillin, tetracycline, tobramycin, trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole and vancomycin. Of the 471 strains of Enterobacteriaceae tested, 466 (98.9%) were susceptible to moxalactam. Except for penicillin G...
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Chemotherapy (1978) 24 (3): 134–142.
Published Online: 08 September 2009
... and combination effects Enterobacteriaceae Pseudomonas aeruginosa Microbiology Chemotherapy 24: 134-142 (1978) Mezlocillin: a New Acyl Ureidopenicillin Antimicrobial Activity and Combination Effects with Four Aminoglycoside Antibiotics H.-H. Schassan, K. Koperski and Id. Scherf1 Institute for Medical...
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Chemotherapy (1979) 25 (3): 157–161.
Published Online: 08 September 2009
...Samuel L. Rosenthal; Lawrence F. Freundlich; M.A.H. Quraishi A collection of gentamicin-resistant Enterobacteriaceae strains was significantly more resistant to cefamandole than a species-matched collection of gentamicin-sensitive organisms. Cefamandole and gentamicin resistance could...
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