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The microbiome of a patient hospital room

16:00 EDT 2 Jul 2017 | MedCity News

A new study proposes that understanding how microbes interact with patients, staff, and hospital surfaces within the microbiome of a hospital environment can contribute to a complete knowledge of healthcare associated infections and antibiotic resistance, and how to prevent both.

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