Bacteremia and Antimicrobial Drug Resistance over Time, Ghana
, Sylvarius K. Amuzu, Ring de Ciman, Iparkhan Kassimova, Lisa Groß, Wolfgang Rabsch, Ulrike Rosenberg, Marco H. Schulze, August Stich, and Ortrud Zimmermann
Author affiliations: University Medical Center, Göttingen, Germany (U. Groß, L. Groß, O. Zimmermann); Holy Family Hospital, Nkawkaw, Ghana (S.K. Amuzu); St. Francis Xavier Hospital, Assin Foso, Ghana (R. de Ciman); St. Martin de Porres Hospital, Eikwe, Ghana (I. Kassimova); Robert Koch Institute, Wernigerode, Germany (W. Rabsch); Helios Hospital, Northeim, Germany (U. Rosenberg); Medical Mission Institute, Würzburg, Germany (M. Schulze, A. Stich)
Figure. Location of populations in a study of bacteremia and antimicrobial drug resistance over time, Ghana.
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