Hospitals screen for patients with drug-resistant bacteria

07/27/2007 | NYTimes.com

Screening and isolation of patients with drug-resistant bacteria, along with continued hygiene focus, could reduce the number of dangerous infections. Some hospitals have begun swabbing patients and placing those with the bacteria in sterilized isolation rooms with dedicated equipment, to prevent the spread of infection.

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