Who, when and how: Screening for MRSA

12:51 EDT 21 Mar 2014 | British Medical Journal

Meticillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) remains one of the foremost hospital acquired pathogens. Patients colonised or infected with MRSA provide a reservoir within hospitals, although infection prevention and control measures minimise the risk of transmission. Although there is broad agreement on the control measures required for...

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