Antimicrobial Resistance among Organisms Causing Urinary Tract Infections
Letter to the Editor
Bacterial resistance to antimicrobial agents has become increasingly important, with the widespread use of therapeutic antimicrobials. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common infections managed in the ED, and account for significant morbidity and mortality, particularly among hospitalized patients.
Marco, C. A.,
& Parker, K. J.
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