S. pneumoniae prevalence and serotypes in sputum of stable bronchiectasis

S. Aliberti (Milan, Italy), L. Terranova (Milan, Italy), M. Oriano (Milan, Italy), G. Sotgiu (Sassari, Italy), E. Franceschi (Milan, Italy), A. Gramegna (Milan, Italy), L. Ruggiero (Milan, Italy), L. Saderi (Sassari, Italy), C. Di Francesco (Milan, Italy), A. Gelmini (Milan, Italy), E. Simonetta (Milan, Italy), S. Ferri (Milan, Italy), F. Amati (Milan, Italy), A. Colombo (Milan, Italy), P. Marchisio (Milan, Italy), F. Blasi (Milan, Italy)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Clinical and translational studies of bronchiectasis and non-TB mycobacterial infection
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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