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Comorbidities and antimicrobial resistance in urological outpatients with positive urine culture

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Summary of "Comorbidities and antimicrobial resistance in urological outpatients with positive urine culture"

The urinary tract infections are the third cause of infections in Mexico. The inappropriate use of antibiotic has generated the presence of multidrugresistant bacteria.

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Name: Revista medica del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social
ISSN: 2448-5667
Pages: 347-353

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