Multiple Transferable Drug Resistance In Enterobacteria In Mashonaland
The development of resistance to antibiotics is so prevalent that it is prudent continuously to monitor the patterns of sensitivity in organisms likely to become involved. Particularly important are the staphylococci and the enterobacteria. The phenomenon is with staphylococci, a problem found largely within hospitals and similar “close contact” institutions and, while the same may apply to some extent to the enteric organisms, increase in resistance in bacteria in non-hospitalised patients is becoming fairly common.
Full Text LinksCruickshank, J. G & Brand, F. E. (1973) Multiple Transferable Drug Resistance In Enterobacteria In Masbonaland, CAJM vol.19, no. 11. Harare (formerly Salisbury), Avondale: CAJM
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