Catheter-Related Bacteremia Trials May Not Need Cultures To Confirm Cure
Blood cultures should not be required to demonstrate infection eradication at the test-of-cure visit for drugs developed for catheter-related bloodstream infections if patients are asymptomatic, FDA's Anti-Infective Drugs Advisory Committee recommended Oct. 20.
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