Source: Romanian Medical Journal. Author s : Cristea, Cristiana Abstract: Resistance to antimicrobial agents is emerging in a wide variety of bacterii gram, particularly those that cause nosocomial infections.
As a consequence of this increasing resistance, morbidity and mortality in nosocomial infections is also increasing. It is therefore critical to treat nosocomial infections appropriately by starting antimicrobial treatment early in the bacterii gram of bacterii gram, using the correct agent, at the most appropriate dose, and for an adequate duration.
Infecţii bacteriene, virale, fungice, parazitare Descoperirea probioticelor a pornit bacterii gram Bulgaria Utilizarea microorganismelor în farmaceutică a pornit de la observaţia că ţăranii bulgari aveau o bună sănătate gastro-intestinală şi generală deoarece consumau frecvent brânză fermentată. Din aceasta branză a fost izolat primul probiotic: Lactobacillus bulgaricus! Fuller : A definit probioticul drept "supliment alimentar conţinând bacterii vii, care influenţează favorabil organismul gazdă, prin ameliorarea echilibrului florei sale intestinale. Christian Hansen Danemarca produce tulpini probiotice patentate, care sunt rezultatul cercetărilor ştiințifice.
Early appropriate antibiotic prescribing reduce mortality, length of intensive care unit and hospital stay and overall costs. Actual data from literature regarding epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment, preventive measures of nosocomial infections are presented.
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