Antimicrobial Sensitivity Pattern of Gram Positive CSF Isolates in Children with Septic Meningitis in a Tertiary Care Hospital (Original Work) (Report)

Antimicrobial Sensitivity Pattern of Gram Positive CSF Isolates in Children with Septic Meningitis in a Tertiary Care Hospital (Original Work) (Report)

INTRODUCTION Bacterial meningitis is one of the most potentially serious infections occurring in infants and older children and is associated with a high incidence of acute complications and risk of long-term morbidity (1). Systemic bacterial infections are known by the generic term neonatal sepsis which incorporates septicaemia, pneumonia and meningitis of the new born. Neonatal sepsis is the single most important cause (about 50%) of neonatal deaths in the community. About one-third of the neonates with septicaemia may have coexistent meningitis (2).

Antimicrobial Sensitivity Pattern of Gram Positive CSF Isolates in Children with Septic Meningitis in a Tertiary Care Hospital (Original Work) (Report)



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