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What Is the Most Effective Empirical Antibiotic Treatment for Early, Delayed, and Late Fracture-Related Infections?

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Baertl, Susanne ; Walter, Nike ; Engelstaedter, Ulrike ; Ehrenschwender, Martin ; Hitzenbichler, Florian ; Alt, Volker ; Rupp, Markus
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 26 Apr 2022 15:07


Antibiotic treatment strategies for fracture-related infections (FRI) are often extrapolated from periprosthetic joint infections (PJI), although, in contrast to PJI, detailed analysis of pathogens and their antibiotic resistance is missing. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate antibiotic susceptibility profiles to identify effective empiric antibiotic treatment for early-, delayed-, and ...


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