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Changing antibiotic resistance patterns for Staphylococcus aureus surgical site infections

  • Dina F. Khamash (a1), Aaron M. Milstone (a1), Karen C. Carroll (a2), Avinash Gadala (a3), Eili Klein (a4) (a5), Lisa L. Maragakis (a6), Sara E. Cosgrove (a6) and Valeria Fabre (a6)...

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Author for correspondence: Valeria Fabre, Email: mfabre1@jhmi.edu

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