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Carbapenem antibiotics are often used to treat bacterial infections that are refractory to other more commonly used antibiotics. The resilience of bacteria and their resistance mechanisms are of novel interest in the clinical setting, as antibiotic resistant bacteria are posing a challenge to health care professionals. The goal of this retrospective chart review was to isolate Carbapenem resistance among co-infections of Klebsiella and other microorganisms and to conduct a systematic review of this antibiotic resistance.
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