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1.Freeman, JT, Anderson, DJ, Sexton, DJ. Enterococcus species and the central line-associated bloodstream infection surveillance definition: evaluating the importance of blood culture contamination. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2013;34:762763 (in this issue).
2.MacGregor, RR, Beaty, HN. Evaluation of positive blood cultures: guidelines for early differentiation of contaminated from valid positive cultures. Arch Intern Med 1972;130:8487.
3.Steinberg, JP, Robichaux, C, Tejedor, SC, Reyes, MD, Jacob, JT. Distribution of pathogens in central line-associated bloodstream infections among patients with and without neutropenia following chemotherapy: evidence for a proposed modification to the current surveillance definition. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2013;34:171175.

Reply to Freeman et al

  • Chad Robichaux (a1), Jesse T. Jacob (a2) and James P. Steinberg (a2)

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