NZ Infectious Diseases Research Review Issue 21

In this review:

Delayed antimicrobial use and mortality in sepsis
Blood cultures before and after antimicrobial use in severe sepsis manifestations
Development of quality indicators for managing S. aureus bacteraemia
Treating asymptomatic bacteriuria in hospitalised patients
Adequacy of empirical treatment and recovery time for bacteraemic UTIs
Personal clinical history predicts antibiotic resistance of UTIs
Chlorhexidine vs. iodine for surgical-site preparation for arthroplasty
Early rapid influenza diagnosis and hospital occupancy and influenza
WGS better than phenotypic testing for predicting M. tuberculosis susceptibility to first-line drugs
N95 respirators vs. medical  asks for preventing influenza among healthcare personnel

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