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  • Bloodstream infections and sepsis in Greece: Over-time change of epidemiology and impact of de-escalation on final outcome 

    Koupetori, M.; Retsas, T.; Antonakos, N.; Vlachogiannis, G.; Perdios, I.; Nathanail, C.; Makaritsis, K.; Papadopoulos, A.; Sinapidis, D.; Giamarellos-Bourboulis, E. J.; Pneumatikos, I.; Gogos, C.; Armaganidis, A.; Paramythiotou, E. (2014)
    Background: Choice of empirically prescribed antimicrobials for sepsis management depends on epidemiological factors. The epidemiology of sepsis in Greece was studied in two large-periods.Methods: Sepsis due to bloodstream ...
  • Outbreak of bloodstream infections because of Serratia marcescens in a pediatric department 

    Iosifidis, E.; Farmaki, E.; Nedelkopoulou, N.; Tsivitanidou, M.; Kaperoni, M.; Pentsoglou, V.; Pournaras, S.; Athanasiou-Metaxa, M.; Roilides, E. (2012)
    Background: Serratia marcescens can cause health care-associated infections. We herewith report the investigation and control of an outbreak of S marcescens bloodstream infections (BSI) in a general pediatric department. ...