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This article is from BMC Infectious Diseases, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Drug resistant organisms pose an increasing threat to the successful treatment of common infections. Understanding colonization patterns of these bacteria is important for effective antibiotic treatment and infection control guidelines. Methods: A prospective observational

Author: Young, Barnaby E; Lye, David C; Krishnan, Prabha; Chan, Siew Pang; Leo, Yee Sin

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