What is the Advantage of Administering a Beta-Lactam with a Beta-Lactamase Inhibitor?
OCT 13, 2017 | CONTAGION® EDITORIAL STAFF
Amanda Paschke, MD, MSCE, director of Clinical Research, Infectious Diseases, at Merck, breaks down the advantages of administering a beta-lactam in combination with a beta-lactamase inhibitor. Dr. Paschke highlights Merck’s development compound imipenem-relebactam, and explains how relebactam restores susceptibility to imipenem.
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