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16 April 2019 - 384248
Innovative clinical trial designs
16 April 2019 - O1187
Impact of addition of aminoglycosides to empiric therapy on mortality in Gram-negative bloodstream infection
16 April 2019 - P2584
Occurrence of Staphylococcus aureus ICU pneumonia in Europe: preliminary results from a COMBACTE consortium study
15 April 2019 - O0713
ESBL-PREDICT: prospective international validation of two prediction rules for third-generation cephalosporin resistant Gram-negative bloodstream infections
24 April 2017 - EP0660
Virulence factors distribution among non-ST131 and ST131 ESBL-E. coli  in colonized patients. Results from the R-GNOSIS project
23 April 2017 - EP0411
Reliability and feasibility of surveillance of central line-associated bloodstream infections in an ICU setting
23 April 2017 - OS0512
Semi-automated surveillance of deep surgical site infections after cardiothoracic surgery
26 October 2016
New designs for randomized controlled trials
03 June 2016
Will individualisation of care diminish the evidence base?
09 April 2016 - E066
Improving efficiency of randomized controlled trials
25 April 2015 - K01
Excellence Award Ceremony & Lecture: The modern ICU: are antibiotics used to save the patients or to soothe the minds of the doctors?
13 May 2014 - SY299
MDRO screening and targeted decolonisation strategy
10 May 2014 - SY085
Prevention of sepsis in the ICU
30 April 2013 - S621
Decolonisation of MDR Gram-negatives: is there any evidence?
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