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Klebsiella pneumoniae pneumonia

Klebsiella pneumoniae, also known as pneumoniae or Friedlander, is the first Gram-negative bacterium known to cause pneumonia. In the past two or three decades, with the change of susceptible population, the wide application of antibiotics and the change of drug-resistant bacteria, as well as the improvement and popularization of various microbial detection technologies, gnbp has become an important disease in modern medicine in the era of antibiotics.


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