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Adequacy of Duodenoscope Reprocessing Methods as Reported by Infectious Disease Physicians

  • Susan E. Beekmann (a1), Tara N. Palmore (a2) (a3), Philip M. Polgreen (a1) and John E. Bennett (a3)

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Address correspondence to Susan Beekmann, RN, MPH, Department of Internal Medicine, SW34-GH, 200 Hawkins Dr, Iowa City, IA 52245 (susan-beekmann@uiowa.edu).

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Presented in part: IDWeek 2015; San Diego, California; October 8, 2015; abstract #109.

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