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RE: Preventability of hospital onset bacterermia and fungemia: A pilot study of potential healthcare-associated infection outcome measure, by Dantes et al (2019)

  • Anna M. Civitarese (a1), Eric Ruggieri (a2), J. Mattias Walz (a3), Deborah Ann Mack (a4), Stephen O. Heard (a3), Michael Mitchell (a5), Craig M. Lilly (a6) (a7) (a8), Karen E. Landry (a9) and Richard T. Ellison (a4) (a6) (a10)...

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