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A benefit was found, however, when pelvic infection was defined by strict criteria.
The rate of decline of MRSA bloodstream infections in US hospitals has slowed since 2012.
Six months of decolonization lowered MRSA rates 30% and any type of infection 17%.
Researchers are trying to establish how many deaths can be attributed to antibiotic resistance.
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