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Follow-up blood cultures in Gram-negative bacteremia: How do they impact outcomes?
Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives
Several studies have questioned the utility of obtaining follow-up blood cultures in Gram-negative bacteremia, but the impact of this practice on clinical outcomes is not fully understood. A retrospective cohort study of adult patients admitted with Gram-negative bacteremia over a two year period, to compare outcomes in those with and without follow-up blood cultures obtained. Data collected included demographics, comorbidities and presumed source of bacteremia. White blood cell count anddoi:10.55729/2000-9666.1131 pmid:36816157 pmcid:PMC9924646 fatcat:rgcvlwh6zbhpbm6frzpz6awouy