Antimicrobial resistance among pathogens that infect the bloodstream: a multicenter surveillance report for 1998–2017 [post]

2020 unpublished
Bloodstream infections (BSIs) are a common consequence of infectious diseases and cause high morbidity and mortality. Appropriate antibiotic use is critical for patients' treatment and prognosis. Long-term monitoring and analyzing of bacterial resistance are important for guiding physicians in choosing the appropriate antibiotics and understanding the changes in bacterial resistance and infection control. Here, we report a retrospective study on antimicrobial resistance in BSI-associated pathogens.
doi:10.21203/rs.2.23498/v1 fatcat:muc4ivob4rgdvpidnqowu2vk4u