PMID: 2888817Jul 1, 1987

Chlorhexidine resistance among bacteria isolated from urine of catheterized patients

The Journal of Hospital Infection
L W Baillie

Abstract

Seventy-four of 155 catheter specimens of urine yielded organisms resistant to chlorhexidine. The inhibitory effect of urine against chlorhexidine is reported.

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Mar 1, 2003·Clinics in Dermatology·Candace Thornton SpannJeffrey M Weinberg
Oct 19, 2004·Clinical Microbiology Reviews·Günter Kampf, Axel Kramer
Aug 1, 1995·American Journal of Infection Control·E L Larson
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