Bacteraemia and Fungaemia During Ofloxacin Prophylaxis in Cancer Patients

Krcmeryjr, V.; Trupl, J.; Demitrovicova, A.; Kukuckova, E.; Studena, M.; Mateicka, F.
December 1999
Drugs;Dec1999 Supplement 2, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p266
Academic Journal
Investigates the incidence and aetiology of breakthrough bacteraemia after the introduction of ofloxacin as prophylaxis in a cancer institute. Patients; Results; Discussion.


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