Etiology and antibiotic resistance patterns in adults with severe community-acquired pneumonia in Russia

I. Zakharenkov (Bryansk, Russian Federation), S. Rachina (Moscow, Russian Federation), R. Kozlov (Smolensk, Russian Federation), A. Sinopalnikov (Moscow, Russian Federation), S. Yatsyshina (Moscow, Russian Federation), N. Ivanchik (Smolensk, Russian Federation), N. Dechnich (Smolensk, Russian Federation), Y. Yanovich (Moscow, Russian Federation), S. Gordeeva (Murmansk, Russian Federation), U. Portnyagina (Yakutsk, Russian Federation), M. Lebedeva (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation), M. Archipenko (Krasnodar, Russian Federation)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Severe pneumonia: epidemiology, mechanisms and treatment
Session: Severe pneumonia: epidemiology, mechanisms and treatment
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2909
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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I. Zakharenkov (Bryansk, Russian Federation), S. Rachina (Moscow, Russian Federation), R. Kozlov (Smolensk, Russian Federation), A. Sinopalnikov (Moscow, Russian Federation), S. Yatsyshina (Moscow, Russian Federation), N. Ivanchik (Smolensk, Russian Federation), N. Dechnich (Smolensk, Russian Federation), Y. Yanovich (Moscow, Russian Federation), S. Gordeeva (Murmansk, Russian Federation), U. Portnyagina (Yakutsk, Russian Federation), M. Lebedeva (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation), M. Archipenko (Krasnodar, Russian Federation). Etiology and antibiotic resistance patterns in adults with severe community-acquired pneumonia in Russia. 2909

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