Rise seen in resistant staph infections outside hospitals

Health care professionals are seeing a growing number of so-called community-acquired staph infections, especially in children, which are resistant to the antibiotics normally used for treatment. The rise in resistant staph infections outside of the hospital setting correlates to a rise in other antibiotic-resistant infections.

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