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Patients incorrectly labeled as allergic to penicillin are more likely to receive broad-spectrum antibiotics, a practice that promotes resistance.
Fluoroquinolone resistance in hospital-onset E coli bacteremia rose markedly.
A worrisome finding among resistant Salmonella isolates was the Kentucky serovar, of which more than three-quarters were multidrug resistant.
Few resources address when contact precautions can be stepped back, and hospital approaches vary.
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