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Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii in New York City—10 Years Into the Epidemic

  • Daniel J. Morgan (a1), Scott A. Weisenberg (a2), Michael H. Augenbraun (a3), David P. Calfee (a4), Brian P. Currie (a5), E. Yoko Furuya (a6), Robert Holzman (a7), Marisa C. Montecalvo (a8), Michael Phillips (a9), Bruce Polsky (a10) and Kent A. Sepkowitz (a11)...


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