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Ингибиторозащищённые аминопенициллины. Фармакологические особенности и роль при внебольничных инфекциях

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И. А. Гучев
421-й Военный госпиталь Московского военного округа Министерства Обороны РФ, Смоленск
Россия


Е. В. Мелехина
Смоленская государствен-ная медицинская академия Росздрава
Россия


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Гучев И.А., Мелехина Е.В. Ингибиторозащищённые аминопенициллины. Фармакологические особенности и роль при внебольничных инфекциях. Антибиотики и Химиотерапия. 2009;54(7-8):56-65.

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Guchev I.A., Melehina E.V. Inhibitor-Protected Aminopenicillins. Pharmacological Characterization and Role in Community-Acquired Infections. Antibiotics and Chemotherapy. 2009;54(7-8):56-65. (In Russ.)

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