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Are antibiotic-resistant pathogens more common in subsequent episodes of diabetic foot infection?
|Published in||International journal of infectious diseases. 2017, vol. 59, p. 61-64|
|Abstract||After antibiotic therapy of an initial diabetic foot infection (DFI), pathogens isolated from subsequent episodes might become more resistant to commonly prescribed antibiotics. If so, this might require a modification of the current recommendations for the selection of empiric antibiotic therapy. This study investigated whether the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) DFI guideline recommendations should be modified based on the number of past DFI episodes.|
|Keywords||Antibiotic resistance — Diabetic foot infections — New episodes — Pathogens — Recurrence|
|Research group||Thérapie cellulaire et troubles musculo-squelettiques (960)|
|LEBOWITZ, Dan et al. Are antibiotic-resistant pathogens more common in subsequent episodes of diabetic foot infection?. In: International journal of infectious diseases, 2017, vol. 59, p. 61-64. doi: 10.1016/j.ijid.2017.04.012 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:95539|