Browsing by Author "Pomar, Virginia"

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Montero, Maria Milagro; Domene Ochoa, Sandra; López-Causapé, Carla; VanScoy, Brian; Luque Pardos, Sònia; Sorli Redó, M. Luisa; Campillo Ambrós, Núria; Padilla, Eduardo; Prim, Núria; Segura, Concepción; Pomar, Virginia; Rivera, Alba; Grau Cerrato, Santiago; Ambrose, Paul G.; Oliver, Antonio; Horcajada Gallego, Juan Pablo (Elsevier, 2019)
    Background: Extensively drug-resistant (XDR) Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P. aeruginosa) and particularly P. aeruginosa high-risk clones, are of growing concern because treatment options are limited. For years, colistin monotherapy ...
  • García-Sánchez, Carmen; Calabria, Marco; Grunden, Nicholas; Pons, Catalina; Arroyo-Díaz, Juan Antonio; Gómez-Anson, Beatriz; Lleó, Alberto; Alcolea, Daniel; Belvís, Roberto; Morollón, Noemí; Mur, Isabel; Pomar, Virginia; Domingo, Pere (Wiley, 2022)
    Background: While much of the scientific focus thus far has been on cognitive sequelae in patients with severe COVID-19, subjective cognitive complaints are being reported across the spectrum of disease severity, with ...
  • Calabria, Marco; García‑Sánchez, Carmen; Grunden, Nicholas; Pons, Catalina; Arroyo-Díaz, Juan Antonio; Gómez Anson, Beatriz; Estévez García, Marina del Carmen; Belvís, Roberto; Morollón, Noemí; Vera Igual, Javier; Mur, Isabel; Pomar, Virginia; Domingo, Pere (Springer, 2022)
    Fatigue in its many forms of physical, mental, and psychosocial exhaustion is a common symptom of post-COVID-19 condition, also known as “Long COVID.” Persistent fatigue in COVID-19 patients is frequently accompanied by ...
  • Badia-Cebada, Laia; Carmezim, João; Pérez-Rodríguez, María-Teresa; Bereciartua, Elena; López, Luis-Eduardo; Represa Montenegro, Marta; Pomar, Virginia; Andrés, Marta; Petkova, Elizabet; Sopena, Nieves; Lora-Tamayo, Jaime; Monsálvez, Víctor; Ramirez-Hidalgo, Maria Fernanda; Gómez-Zorrilla, Silvia; Boix Palop, Lucía; Meije, Yolanda; Jiménez, Emili; Gasch, Oriol (MDPI, 2023)
    According to clinical guidelines, the management of catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSI) due to coagulase-negative staphylococci (CoNS) includes catheter removal and antibiotic treatment for 5 to 7 days. However, ...

Search DSpace

Browse

My Account

In collaboration with Compliant to Partaking