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Secular Trends in Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection: Microbiological Pattern of Pathogens after Preventive Measures

  • Priscila Gonçalves (a1), Fernando G. Menezes (a1), Alexandra R. Toniolo (a1), Claudia V. Silva (a1), Maria Fatima S. Cardoso (a1), Julia Y. Kawagoe (a1), Camila M. Santos (a1), Helena Maria F. Castagna (a1), Marines D. V. Martino (a1) (a2) and Luci Correa (a1)...

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Address correspondence and reprint requests to Fernando Gatti de Menezes, MD, 627 Albert Einstein Avenue, 2nd floor, block A1, Morumbi, São Paulo, Brazil, 05652-900 (fernandogm@einstein.br).

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Secular Trends in Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection: Microbiological Pattern of Pathogens after Preventive Measures

  • Priscila Gonçalves (a1), Fernando G. Menezes (a1), Alexandra R. Toniolo (a1), Claudia V. Silva (a1), Maria Fatima S. Cardoso (a1), Julia Y. Kawagoe (a1), Camila M. Santos (a1), Helena Maria F. Castagna (a1), Marines D. V. Martino (a1) (a2) and Luci Correa (a1)...

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