Use of polymerase chain reaction as a diagnostic tool for neonatal sepsis can result in a decrease in use of antibiotics and total neonatal intensive care unit length of stay

B. S. Brozanski, J. G. Jones, M. J. Krohn, J. A. Jordan

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