Volume 16, Number 1—January 2010
Actinobaculum schaalii, a Common Uropathogen in Elderly Patients, Denmark
|Total no. samples||34||121|
|Uropathogens* >104 CFU||31||76|
|Gram-negative aerobic rods||2||6|
*Two species were identified in 4 of 34 PCR-positive samples and in 8 of 121 PCR-negative samples.
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