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Viral and Bacterial Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Hospital-Based Healthcare Workers

18:19 EDT 14 Aug 2017 | Virgo Publishing

Bacterial colonization of the respiratory tract is commonly described and usually thought to be of no clinical significance. The aim of this study by MacIntyre, et al. (2017) was to examine the presence and significance of bacteria and viruses in the upper respiratory tract of healthcare workers (HCWs), and association with respiratory

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