Routine skin cultures in predicting sepsis pathogens among hospitalized preterm neonates in Bangladesh.
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Jan 01, 2008
Routine skin culture is inefficient in predicting the pathogen responsible for sepsis among premature neonates, even in a developing country setting, where the burden of bacterial infection is relatively high. Skin cultures are also of limited utility during K. pneumoniae outbreaks, and are not recommended.
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