Staphylococci remain most common CSF shunt infection
Infection of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) shunts is usually caused by staphylococci, but antibiotic-resistant Gram-negative bacilli are also common and cannot be easily distinguished from other shunt infections, reveals a recent study.
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