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The study, based on 34 million discharge records over 6 years, is the first to estimate trends in US hospitals.
Report finds some encouraging trends in resistance, but also notes increasing consumption of anitbiotics.
The report shows antimicrobial resistance mostly stable, with some declines and some worries.
The finding suggests that future antiobitic candidates could be found within the human body.
Study finds household contamination may increase the risk of recurrence.
MRSA infections have declined in recent years, paralleling a drop in adults.
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