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The Emergence Of Antimicrobial Resistance In Enterococci Isolates From Infants: A Review Study
Author: Asem A. Shehabi, Emman F Badran, Nazha Ala’a Alnasra
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
7 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/754
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The emergence of antibiotic resistance in potential bacterial pathogens is considered as an important consequence of antibiotic misuse and overuse in humans and animals. In addition, lacks of adequate knowledge about proper using of antimicrobial drugs as well as infectioncontrol practice in hospital and medical care settings have led to the continuing development of extensive antimicrobial resistance problems worldwide.

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