Joint HIS & BSAC Spring Meeting 2012: Multi-drug resistant Gram negative infections

Joint HIS & BSAC Spring Meeting 2012
Multi-drug resistant Gram negative infections
Tuesday 20 March
Royal College of Physicians, London

Multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacterial infections are an area of significant unmet medical need.Most health professionals are seeing rising numbers of these infections in our critical care units and face increasingly difficult challenges of defining appropriate treatment and preventing spread.

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