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Diagnosis and antibiotic therapy of nosocomial pneumonia in adults: from recommendations to real practice. A review

Overview of attention for article published in Terapevticheskiĭ arkhiv, December 2023
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Title
Diagnosis and antibiotic therapy of nosocomial pneumonia in adults: from recommendations to real practice. A review
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Terapevticheskiĭ arkhiv, December 2023
DOI 10.26442/00403660.2023.11.202467
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Svetlana А. Rachina, Рачина Светлана Александровна, Ludmila V. Fedina, Федина Людмила Владимировна, Marina V. Sukhorukova, Сухорукова Марина Витальевна, Igor N. Sychev, Сычев Игорь Николаевич, Egor S. Larin, Ларин Егор Сергеевич, Abdulbari A. Alkhlavov, Алхлавов Абдулбари Атаевич

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#23,065,269
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#263
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#291,628
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#3
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