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23 April 2017 - OS0507
Patient engagement with surgical site infection prevention: an expert panel perspective
23 April 2017 - P0677
Genomic characterization of colistin resistance in extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producing Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates from patients in Dutch hospitals
23 April 2017 - OS0513
Preoperative oral antibiotic prophylaxis reduces surgical site infections after elective colorectal surgery
22 April 2017 - P0094
Successful MRSAeradication in a horse and its owner
22 April 2017 - P0225
In silico estimates of plasmid copy number are associated with increased resistance to cefotaxime, ceftazidime and piperacillin/tazobactam in CMY-2-producing Escherichia coli
29 May 2016
Antimicrobial resistance – a situation report
11 April 2016 - S394
Multifaceted infection control programmes - better patient safety for free?
25 April 2015 - S161
News on the development of antibodies for the prevention of severe bacterial infections
20 October 2014
Epidemiology and control of MRSA and MSSA I
20 October 2014
Epidemiology and control of MRSA and MSSA II
20 October 2014
Control of multi-resistant pathogens: how much is enough?
11 May 2014 - SY131
Controversial issues in the prevention of surgical site infections
30 April 2013 - S639
Guidelines and formulary positioning of anti-staphylococcal antibiotics
30 April 2013 - K591
Antibiotic-resistant microorganisms in meat, vegetable and soil: social and political impact
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