Life, Volume 10, Issue 2 (February 2020) – 12 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Classical resistance classifications are very useful for epidemiological purposes, but they may not correlate well with clinical outcomes. Therefore, several novel classification criteria have recently been introduced for Gram-negative bacteria. Microbiological and resistance data were collected for urinary tract infections (UTIs) retrospectively, corresponding to the 01 January 2008–31 December 2017 period. The introduction of difficult-to-treat resistance (and its modifications detailed in this study) to the bedside and in clinical practice will definitely lead to substantial benefits in the assessment of the significance of bacterial resistance in human therapeutics. View this paper
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