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Hospital floors create route of transfer of potentially dangerous organisms to patients – News-Medical.Net

The floors of hospital rooms are quickly and frequently contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria within hours of patient admission, creating a route of transfer…

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Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Oct 30 2020
The floors of hospital rooms are quickly and frequently contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria within hours of patient admission, creating a route of transfer of potentially dangerous organisms to patients, according to a study published today as part of the proceedings from Decennial 2020: The Sixth International Conference on Healthcare-Associated Infections.
Decennial 2020, an initiative of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and…

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