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15 April 2019 - P1639
Short course therapy in the treatment of febrile urinary tract infection in men without apparent prostatic involvement
31 March 2012 - P689
Current management of patients hospitalised with complicated skin and soft tissue infections across Europe (2010–2011): assessment of clinical practice patterns and real-life effectiveness of antibiotics (REACH study)
30 September 2011
Treatment options for difficult-to-treat organisms
25 October 2009
Treatment failure in the absence of resistance: a historical perspective and examples
13 July 2009
Lecture 5: Pneumonia in neutropenic patients.
12 July 2009
Lecture 1: Meningitis and steroid therapy.
16 May 2009
Antibiotic choices and controversies in the treatment of pneumococcal lung disease
11 March 2009
Therapeutic approach to AmpC B-lactamase-, and ESBLproducing organisms
09 October 2008
Emerging diseases and their spread (including climate changes)
30 May 2008
Beta-lactams for MDR Gram-positives?
23 April 2008
Saint George and the Dragon
07 September 2005
Clinical impact of ESBL-producing E.coli
30 June 2005
IV catheter related infections. Types of infection, clinical and microbiologic diagnosis, treatment and prevention, with emphasis in infection control measures.
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