Risk factors for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolation from serially obtained sputum in patients hospitalized with pneumonia

M. Shirata (Kyoto, Japan), I. Ito (Kyoto, Japan), N. Tanabe (Kyoto, Japan), S. Konishi (Kyoto, Japan), I. Oi (Kyoto, Japan), N. Hamao (Kyoto, Japan), S. Imai (Kyoto, Japan), H. Matsumoto (Kyoto, Japan), T. Hirai (Kyoto, Japan)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Clinical challenges in pneumonia
Session: Clinical challenges in pneumonia
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 2033
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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M. Shirata (Kyoto, Japan), I. Ito (Kyoto, Japan), N. Tanabe (Kyoto, Japan), S. Konishi (Kyoto, Japan), I. Oi (Kyoto, Japan), N. Hamao (Kyoto, Japan), S. Imai (Kyoto, Japan), H. Matsumoto (Kyoto, Japan), T. Hirai (Kyoto, Japan). Risk factors for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolation from serially obtained sputum in patients hospitalized with pneumonia. 2033

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