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In calculating the moving wall, the current year is not counted. Development of any of the two signs at 48 hours after randomisation: Treatment failures, as defined above, 21 - 30 days after randomisation if a patient develops signs given for treatment failure within two weeks after stopping treatment it will be considered a relapse 4.
Known renal failure or not passed urine in last 24 hours No difference was found in treatment failure for children with S aureus bacteraemia in the two groups, but the power to detect a difference in this subgroup analysis was low.
Antimicrobial susceptibility in blood culture isolates from children with very severe pneumonia. Thea, Shamim Qazi and Bhutta. Add up to 3 free items to your shelf.