Defining multidrug resistance in Gram-negative bacilli
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Indian Journal of Medical Research, Indian Council of Medical Research, Volume 141, Number April, p.491-493 (2015)
Keywords:Acinetobacter baumannii, antibiotic resistance, antibiotic sensitivity, antiinfective agent, bacterium identification, bacterium isolate, Burkholderia, carbapenem, carbapenemase, combined disk test, cotrimoxazole, disk diffusion, drug classification, enzyme synthesis, Escherichia coli, extended spectrum beta lactamase, gentamicin, Gram negative bacterium, imipenem, inhibition zone, letter, microbiological examination, minimum inhibitory concentration, multidrug resistance, nonhuman, prevalence, Providencia, Pseudomonas, quinoline derived antiinfective agent, tetracycline, tigecycline
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V.A. Kumar and S. Khan, “Defining multidrug resistance in Gram-negative bacilli”, Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 141, pp. 491-493, 2015.
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