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A study on bacteriological profile, drug sensitivity and resistance pattern of isolated organism in neonatal septicaemia in neonatal intensive care unit
International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics
Neonatal Sepsis is one of the major cause of mortality and morbidity in Neonates. Bacterial pathogens and drug resistance varies from different hospitals areas, regions and countries. Advances in early diagnosis and treatment have led to better prognosis of newborns in NICU. This study will provide the bacterial pathogen causing neonatal sepsis along with their antibiogram. The pattern of susceptibility to antibiotics in NICU at GMERS Medical College centre, was very helpful to start thedoi:10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20172680 fatcat:kkoyu5s2nzhkzal4v6jwrhzc34