When first line treatment of neonatal infection is not enough: blood culture and resistance patterns in neonates requiring second line antibiotic therapy in Bangui, Central African Republic

Principal investigator

Julita Gil
Purpose of study
Purpose of study

  • Concept
  • Protocol & ERB
  • Implementation
  • Completion
  • Archived

Study timeline

  • Completed date changed by Veerle HERMANS

    27th January 2022

    Changed to “2021-12-13”.

     
  • Title changed by Veerle HERMANS

    27th January 2022

    Changed to “When first line treatment of neonatal infection is not enough: blood culture and resistance patterns in neonates requiring second line antibiotic therapy in Bangui, Central African Republic”

  • Publication added by Julita Gil

    21st January 2022
    When first line treatment of neonatal infection is not enough: blood culture and resistance patterns in neonates requiring second line antibiotic therapy in Bangui, Central African Republic Nebbioso, Andrea "–" Springer Science and Business Media LLC (2021)
     
  • Study report added by Julita Gil

    21st January 2022
    s12887-021-02911-w(1).pdf
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  • Completion
    13th December 2021
  • Concept
    10th February 2021
  • Study created

    10th February 2021

    Originally titled Blood culture result profile and antibiotic susceptibility in neonates with failed treatment of neonatal infection in Bangui, Central-African Republic: A retrospective cohort study

Documents

Publications

  • When first line treatment of neonatal infection is not enough: blood culture and resistance patterns in neonates requiring second line antibiotic therapy in Bangui, Central African Republic
    Nebbioso, Andrea "–" Springer Science and Business Media LLC "(2021)"