MMWR Vol. 67 / Early Release

By Newsroom America Feeds at 3 Apr 2018


"MMWR" Early Release Vol. 67, Early Release April 03, 2018


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"Vital Signs": Containment of Novel Multidrug-Resistant Organisms and Resistance Mechanisms United States, 20062017 Kate Russell Woodworth, MD; Maroya Spalding Walters, PhD; Lindsey M. Weiner, MPH; et al.

The proportion of Enterobacteriaceae infections that were carbapenem resistant remained lower and decreased more over time than the proportion that were extended-spectrum--lactamase phenotype. Data suggest the potential to slow further spread of emerging antibiotic resistance threats through increased detection and early aggressive response.

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