Penicillin-resistant pneumococcal disease is not related to worse clinical outcomes in immunocompromised patients

D. Cavalet Blanco (Porto Alegre, Brazil), C. Jara Hernandes (Porto Alegre, Brazil), L. Zani Da Silva (Porto Alegre, Brazil), L. Ferreira Corrêa (Porto Alegre, Brazil), M. Tadday Rodrigues (Porto Alegre, Brazil), C. Rocha Dullius (Porto Alegre, Brazil)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Clinical challenges in respiratory infection
Session: Clinical challenges in respiratory infection
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 4558

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D. Cavalet Blanco (Porto Alegre, Brazil), C. Jara Hernandes (Porto Alegre, Brazil), L. Zani Da Silva (Porto Alegre, Brazil), L. Ferreira Corrêa (Porto Alegre, Brazil), M. Tadday Rodrigues (Porto Alegre, Brazil), C. Rocha Dullius (Porto Alegre, Brazil). Penicillin-resistant pneumococcal disease is not related to worse clinical outcomes in immunocompromised patients. 4558

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