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>Revistas >Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiología >Año 2000, No. 2


Rolston KVI, Finberg RW, Talcott JA, Freifeld A, Marchigiani D, Wals T, Kern WV, Cometta A, de Bock R, Feld R
Nuevas tendencias en el manejo del paciente: tratamiento basado en el riesgo para pacientes febriles con neutropenia
Fiebre y neutropenia: cómo usar una nueva estrategia de tratamiento
Estudio comparativo doble ciego de tratamiento antibiótico empírico oral e intravenoso para pacientes febriles de bajo riesgo con neutropenia que están recibiendo quimioterapia para cáncer
Tratamiento antimicrobiano empírico oral vs intravenoso para fiebre en pacientes con granulocitopenia que están recibiendo quimioterapia para cáncer
La vancomicina como parte del tratamiento antibiótico empírico inicial para neutropenia febril en pacientes con cáncer: pros y contras

Enf Infec Microbiol 2000; 20 (2)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 22
Paginas: 61-80
Archivo PDF: 98.79 Kb.


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FRAGMENTO

El manejo estándar de la neutropenia febril incluye la administración oportuna de tratamiento empírico con antibióticos parenterales de amplio espectro.


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